It's National Voter Registration Day. If you haven't yet registered to vote in the election on November 8, you have until Oct. 11.
When it comes to registering, you can do so in person or by mail.
CLICK HERE for a voter registration form. You also may ask a county board of elections or the Secretary of State's office to mail a voter registration form to you.
According to the Ohio Secretary of State, you can get a voter registration form, and register to vote in person at any of the following locations:
- The office of the Secretary of State;
- The office of any of the 88 county boards of elections;
- The office of the registrar or any deputy registrar of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles;
- Public libraries;
- Public high schools or vocational schools;
- County treasurers' offices; or
- Offices of designated agencies, including:
- The Department of Job and Family Services;
- The Department of Health (including the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program);
- The Department of Mental Health;
- The Department of Developmental Disabilities;
- Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities; or
- The office of any state-assisted college or university responsible for providing assistance to students with disabilities.
The following drive-thru locations are available until 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Cuyahoga County:
- Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, 2925 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 44115
- Euclid Old City Hall/Polka Museum, 605 East 222nd Street, Euclid 44123
- Hispanic Alliance, Inc., 3110 W. 25th St., Cleveland 44109
- Parma City Hall, 6611 Ridge Road, Parma 44129
- Rocky River Recreation Department, 21018 Hilliard Blvd, Cleveland 44116
- Warrensville Heights Civic and Senior Center, 4567 Green Road, Cleveland 44128
The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections says it leads Ohio in the number of new registrations: 56,000 since January and that number will go up before the deadline.