November 7, 2006


Well I’m back from the convention and I’ll post about that later…

I just wanted to remind everyone that today is Election Day. It is so, so very important that everyone vote. As someone who works in Historic Preservation I am strongly supporting Strickland for governor… in case you were wondering... But really, whatever your political affiliations are go vote.

And when you do here’s a few icons for your blog:

and one really political one:

Also here’s all of the general Cleveland voting info copied from Cool Cleveland and a few other places:
  • Polls are open on Tuesday, November 7, 2006, from 6:30AM to 7:30PM.
  • Confirm your polling location by calling your Board of Elections here.
  • Bring your ID to the polls: current photo ID, driver's license, current utility bill, or government document with your name and current address. In fact, bring 2 forms of ID to be safe.
  • Get in line and stay in line Don't let anyone tell you to leave. Once you're in line, you must be allowed to vote.
  • If you don't get a ballot, provide the last four digits of your SSN and cast a provisional ballot.
  • Students can now use any document with their name and address from a public university to vote.
  • Cuyahoga County Board of Elections 2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115-2497. Voter Information Hotline: 216-443-3298. General Information: 216-443-3200.
  • If you have a problem voting on Election Day, please let the ACLU know by calling 472-2220 or visiting to complete a form.

Yeah for democracy!


  1. I voted a blue ticket. :)

  2. Good public service announcement. I might have to get my Ohio driver's license today, just so I can vote.

  3. Thanks for the vote icons. I'll add one to my blog right after this comment. Cheers to a Blue Ohio!

  4. Thanks for visiting my blog. My husband and I voted this morning before coming to work.

  5. thx for the info...will be heading to the polls later this evening : )

  6. Yup I voted! I really hope Stirckland wins! And Sherrod Brown too!

  7. nothing was more rewarding than watching blackwell concede less than 2 hours after the polls closed!!!!!!

  8. I am glad to see that Michigan & Ohio are both blue states today! YAY!


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