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Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to begin early voting, mail-in voting for May 4 primary on April 6

Ballots can be requested at www.443vote.us or by calling 216-443-VOTE (8683).

CLEVELAND — The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has announced that early voting and mail-in voting for the May 4 election will begin on April 6.

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The May 4 ballot will consist of 11 cities in the area voting on municipal and school issues, as well as one candidate contest. Those issues include the following:

  • Brecksville: Zoning Amendment
  • Fairview Park: Tax Issue, School Issue
  • Garfield Heights: Zoning Amendment
  • North Olmsted: School Issue
  • Parma: Ward 7 Republican Primary, School Issue
  • Parma Heights: School Issue
  • Pepper Pike: Zoning Amendment
  • Rocky River: School Issue
  • Seven Hills: Tax Issue, School Issue
  • Strongsville: Tax Issue
  • Warrensville Heights: Tax Issue

Those looking to request a ballot can do so at www.443vote.us or by calling 216-443-VOTE (8683).

During the early in-person voting period, the Board of Elections says it will be implementing health and safety measures to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Those measures include wearing masks and face shields, routinely cleaning all frequently touched surfaces, and practicing social distancing, as well as screening voters as they enter the building.

The voter registration deadline for the May 4 election is Monday, April 5, 2021 at 9:00 p.m. According to a release, the deadline "also applies to anyone who needs to update the name or address on their voter registration record."

Registration may occur online, print a form from the website and mail it in, or drop it off in person. Any mailed-in registration forms are required to be postmarked on or before the April 5, 2021 deadline.