CLEVELAND - Election Day is less than five weeks away. Are you registered to vote? If not, there's still time left if you want to vote next month.
There are a few options to register. First, you can sign up at any library, board of elections office or license bureau. You can get a voter registration form from them. But to make it really simple do you can go to your county board of elections. We have all the local county board of election websites at the end of this web story.
Once you go to the board website, click on the link that reads “register to vote.”
Once you find the form, print it out and fill it out.
Then you can mail the completed either form to your county board of elections or take it to them personally, which the board of elections says you may want to do because the deadline to get this complete is October 9, 2012 at 9 p.m.
To confirm you are a registered voter, call your county board of elections director or check the registration list on your county board of election’s website.
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