Making Democracy Work

Upcoming Events

This is a compilation of sponsor meetings and events for the public and League membersCalendar graphic. For details about any given event, please contact the event sponsor. All spaces are wheelchair accessible; please notify the sponsor of other disability and hearing accommodations needed. See our Calendar for a complete list of all League Committee meetings and events.

Date & Time        Place        Description
Wednesday, October 10, 2018-Monday, November 5, 2018
depends on day
Hamilton County Board of Elections
4700 Smith Rd., Norwood, OH 45212
http://www.votehamiltoncounty.org
Early in-person Voting at Board of Elections. Weekdays: 8am-5pm weeks of Oct. 10-12, 15-19, 22-26; 8am-7pm week of Oct 29-Nov 2; 8am-2pm Monday, Nov 5.

Weekend: Saturday Nov 3 8am-4pm; Sunday Nov 4 1pm-5pm.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018-Saturday, November 3, 2018
12 noon deadline
Hamilton County Board of Elections (BOE);
4700 Smith Rd.
Norwood, OH 45212.
http://www.votehamiltoncounty.org
Request mail-in (absentee) ballot. Submit application for mail-in ballot from on-line, from BOE, or at public library. Send it in ASAP, but before 11/3/18 noon. BOE will send your ballot. Mail it back with postmark no later than 11/5/18, or deliver it in person to BOE by 7:30pm 11/6/18.
Thursday, November 1, 2018
6pm
DAAP Auditorium/Lecture Hall
5470 Aronoff, U.C. Campus, 45220
Parking at Clifton Court Garage, next to DAAP
One Vote: Every Vote Tells a Story ...a film-. Shot in six locations, each with a single camera, entirely on Election Day 2016. The five stories selected for the film speak for themselves. Collectively, they serve to re-set our understanding of voting as an energetic act of belief in ourselves and hope for the future. Directed by Christine Woodhouse Discussion with Christine Doeg, the College Campus Coordinator for One Vote
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
6:30am-7:30pm
Your polling location
http://www.vote411.org
Election Day - at the polls. Go to the right polling place. Bring your I.D. Ask for help from poll workers, if needed. Get a ballot and vote.