Ohio’s congressional map is among the most blatantly gerrymandered in the nation. Gerrymandering is the manipulation of boundaries of an electoral constituency so as to favor one party. It is impossible to make changes in the system when state representation is so lopsided.
Few things we want you to know (and to take action on!):
- Yard signs are ready for pickup. Visit our office to get your own yard side (or share with a friend who lives on a busy street!)
- Make sure you are registered to vote. To cast a ballot in the May primary, you need to register by April 9th. And make sure your teens and grandkids are signed up too. 17 year olds who will turn 18 on or before November 6th can also vote in the May 8th Not sure if you’re registered? Visit here and you’ll know in less than 30 seconds.
- Go out and vote on Tuesday May 8th!
This is our chance to end gerrymandering and to select fair-minded candidates and judges. (If you have no party affiliation, request an Issues Only ballot) and vote YES on Issue 1 to end gerrymandering.
Confused about the judicial candidates? Click Here for non-partisan ratings of judicial candidates for Cuyahoga County courts and The Ohio Supreme Court.
Date: Tuesday, May 8 at your polling location. For early voting, Click Here
Place: To find your location, Click Here
Contact: Event co-chairs Rita Rome at 917-553-7351 or Barbara Friedman Yaksic at 216-403-1142. See you at the polls!