When is the next election?

The next election is the General Election on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.

Any Ward 12 resident can vote in the General Election as long as they are registered to vote by October 4th.

This is the final election. The winner of this election will be the next representative for Ward 12 on Cleveland City Council.

Where is Ward 12?

Ward 12 consists of parts of:

  • Old Brooklyn,
  • Slavic Village,
  • Brooklyn Centre,
  • and Tremont.

You can view a more detailed map here.

Register to vote or update voter registration

If you have not yet registered to vote or need to update your voter registration, the best way to do so is:

In-Person: There are several options to register in person.

  1. Call the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections at 216-443-VOTE (8683) for a Voter Registration Card to be mailed to you. Complete the form then mail it back to the Board of Elections.
  2. You can register in-person at nearby locations like schools or libraries. To view the entire list, click here.
  3. Contact our team and we will personally send somebody out to help you register to vote.

Important dates

General Election voter registration deadline: October 4, 2021

General election vote-by-mail starts: October 5, 2021

Early in-person general election voting starts: October 5, 2021

General Election Day: November 2, 2021

What's on my ballot?

You can vote for Cleveland's next mayor and your member of City Council in the upcoming municipal elections. You can view your complete sample ballot here. All you need to enter is the election date (November 2) and the City (Cleveland).

Where do I vote?

Ward 12 has 7 polling locations that are open on election day, November 2.

You can only vote at your assigned polling location. Enter your address here to find out where you vote.

Slavic Village:

AB Hart School (3900 E 75th St)

Mound School (5935 Ackley Rd)

St. John's Church/ Cleveland College Preparatory (4906 Fleet Avenue)

Old Brooklyn:

Pearl Road United Methodist Church (4200 Pearl Rd)

Brooklyn Heights United Church of Christ (UCC) (2005 Schaaf Rd)

Brooklyn Centre:

Denison Elementary School (3899 W 33rd Street); if you live south of Denison and to the east of Pearl, you also vote at the Pearl Road United Methodist Church


Louis Muñoz Marin School (1701 Castle Ave)

What do I need in order to vote?

  • A current and valid photo identification (such as Ohio driver license card, state ID card, government ID). Photo identification must show name and current address (except that Ohio driver license or State ID card does not need to show current address if the address in the poll book is current); or
  • a military identification that shows the voter’s name (does not need to show address); or
  • copy of a current (within the last 12 months) utility bill (including cell phone bill), bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document (including from a public college or university) that shows the voter’s name and current address.

Voters who do not provide one of these documents will still be able to vote by casting a provisional ballot.

Can I Vote By Mail?

Yes! Voting by mail is a great way to vote a local election. That way you can securely and safely vote from home. In Ohio, you do not need a reason to vote by mail. It is open to everybody.

To vote by mail you must fill out a "Vote by Mail Ballot Application". Go to the Board of Elections webpage to have one sent to you.

If you decide to request a ballot to vote by mail, you must vote by mail. If you go in person to vote on election day with an outstanding vote-by-mail ballot, you will only be able to vote provisionally.

Outdoor voter registration with one person leaning over a table to fill out a form and two women, including Rebecca Maurer, helping with voter registration sign up in a Cleveland Ward 12 neighborhood.
A text logo inside of a rectangular hexagon with red and blue text reading Rebecca Maurer for Cleveland City Council Ward 12


E-mail: info@rebeccaforcleveland.com

Text or Call: 216-236-3831