There is a need locally to coordinate state level, grassroots organizations, and voter resources for the 2020 general election through an informal collaborative to amplify non-partisan, safe, civically responsible voter engagement and advocacy efforts to citizens of Greater Cincinnati.
Rather than mailing in your form, you can drive to your county board of elections and drop your request form into their 24 hour, secure dropbox. Find your county board of elections below.
If you need a paper registration form, you can print one, or find them at your county Board of Election and Public Library
Step by step guide on how to register to vote. The register to vote icon above helps you complete each step. To see a sample completed voter registration form, please visit the media tab. Please click the subtitle (CC) tab in the YouTube video for multilingual options.
Step by step guide on how to complete your vote by mail (absentee ballot request) form.
We are an informal, nonpartisan collaborative of local organizations who believe in amplifying safe voter engagement and advocacy efforts as well as sharing comprehensive voter resources throughout Greater Cincinnati.
We realize that these unprecedented times are causing challenges to vote and are surfacing a variety of questions and concerns. The way we can overcome this is by leaning into action, to help our fellow citizens. We invite you to consider any of the following ways to get involved in ensuring our communities are informed, prepared and safe to vote during the general election.
COVID-19 continues to pose risks to traditional poll workers, leading to an increase in need for more help.
Signing up means you will be trained, paid and assigned to a polling location to help runan effective operation on Election Day November 3rd.
Seeking High School Seniors to serve as poll workers at county boards of elections. All 17 and 18 year old senior student poll workers receive an excused absence from school and are paid for training and election day duties.
Fannie Lou Hamer, the midcentury activist for voting, civil, and women’s rights, comes to life September 23 to October 4 with the Know Theater in Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!, a traveling production that recreates Fannie’s famous civil-rights rallies.
Over 115,000 Ohioans are at risk of being removed from the voter rolls after the election. Check to see if you are one.