Know Our Ballot And How To Vote In 2020 Election - Cleveland, Ohio

In this election year, it's important for citizens to know how to vote and what they will be voting on. This video covers what voters in the Cleveland, Ohio area will need to know to cast their ballot in 2020.

Cuyahoga County

All information regarding the 2020 General Election can be found on the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections Website.

Cuyahoga BOE

Directions to Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH
• Ballot Drop Box is open 24hrs/7days until November 3rd at 7:30pm


What you need to bring



View your Ballot

You can view and track your ballot here

Track your Ballot


Early in-person Voting



For detailed guidance on bilingual voting assistance, visit Asian Americans Advancing Justice

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VoterDrive is a non-partisan effort by community members to drive voters to the polls both literally and figuratively.
We want every eligible voter in the city of Cleveland to be able to vote and have created a plan.
We will assist voters with transportation barriers by driving them to the Board of Elections to vote in person or to return their ballot.

Join our effort by “Giving a Ride” or by helping a fellow citizen “Get a Ride.” 

The COVID-19 Pandemic has created unique challenges for this election. Voting is a powerful and essential act and low voter turnout means that our community’s voices are not heard.