A healthy democracy is dependent on as many people voting as they
Voting is a fundamental right for all US citizens that many people
have fought and died for.
Voting is a great equalizer - No one person’s vote counts more than
We have the right to vote for the President, Senators, Congress
Members, State Representatives,Mayors, Council Members, School Board
Members, Tax issues and business governance.
－President = Sets the foreign policy agenda and how we are viewed in
－Congress = Creates laws that govern business and social issues like
－State issues = State laws on taxes and school funding
－City and County government
Public Safety = City Police Departments and County Sheriff to keep
us safe Property Taxes = Cuyahoga County Board of Revisions sets
Expansion of Asian town = Possible grant money is available from all
levels of government. Administrative staffs help with following all
laws relating to the expansion of urban districts
By registering to vote you can have your voice heard on all of these
candidates and issues.
Simply call the Board of Elections at 216-443-3200 to request a
registration form be mailed to you or stop in and request a form at
2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. You can also visiting
us online at www.sos.state.oh.us.
October 4 is the deadline to register for the November 2010