It is so convenient!
If you have received your vote-by-mail ballot:
Citizens with felony convictions have the right to vote in Ohio after they are done serving any sentence of incarceration. Citizens can vote if they are on probation, on parole, serving a misdemeanor sentence, or awaiting trial on a felony.
Call one of these hotlines:
1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)
1-888-API-VOTE (Asian multilingual assistance)
NOVA is a grassroots organization that believes in expanding voter participation so that all voices are heard in our democracy. Our 501(c)3, non-partisan status allows us access to social service agencies, schools, food pantries and correctional facilities to register voters, conduct voter research, and advocate for voting equity. Learn more.
The mission of Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates, a non-partisan organization, is to:
Enable and expand voter registration and turnout in under-represented areas of Northeast Ohio; and
Improve the election process in Ohio through research and advocacy for legislative and administrative changes.