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Voter Registration

Don’t be fooled, your vote does count!

The National Voter Registration Act at Cuyahoga Job and Family Services provides voter registration services to all individuals who visit a Neighborhood Family Service Center (NFSC) to apply for assistance, re-certify benefits or to notify of an address change.   We hope you will take advantage of our conveniently located NFSCs to register to vote. There are seven NFSC sites: Click here to find Neighborhood Service Center or in the navigation bar on the left side of these pages to find a center nearest you. Each center has a voter registration box with available registration cards. Look for the box at each center’s waiting room. The cards will be collected by a designated county employee and hand delivered to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

During your visit to a NFSC you will be provided with a voter registration application and declination form.  If you need assistance filling it out the voter registration just ask at the Welcome Center for the NVRA site coordinator for the NFSC you are visiting.  Each NFSC also has posted in the waiting areas the NVRA site coordinator contact information. 

 Download the Voter Registration Card 

If you did not receive a voter registration application or notice of rights form, please contact:
 
Aída C. Idiáquez
NVRA Agency Coordinator
1641 Payne Ave.  Room 230
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
 aida.idiaquez@jfs.state.ohio.gov
(216) 987-8433
Ricardo Peña
NVRA Agency Coordinator
1641 Payne Ave., Room 230
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
ricardo.pena@jfs.ohio.gov
(216) 987-7369

If you have not received any verification of your voter registration from the county Board of Elections in which you reside 21 days from the date you registered, you may inquire on the status of your registration by contacting your county board of elections.  In Cuyahoga County:

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
2925 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
216-443-3200

Please visit the Board of Elections website to access additional information.

If you believe someone has interfered with your right to register or decline to register to vote, your right to privacy in deciding whether to register or in applying to register to vote, or your right to choose your own political party or other political preference, you may file a complaint with the prosecuting attorney of your county or with the Secretary of State: 

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor  
1200 Ontario Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 443-7800
Ohio Secretary of State
180 E. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
(877) 767-6446 Toll Free or (614) 466-2585