5 Ways You Can Use Cleveland Heights Patch to Prepare for Election Day

Make the voting process smooth and get the latest results with Cleveland Heights Patch

Cleveland Heights Patch is the place to be for all your election news Tuesday. We'll publish results for every race as soon as they are available. We'll offer a live chat about Issue 2 and in-depth coverage of every local race. But with the Facebook page, Election Central and the articles we have posted, it could be difficult to remember all the ways you can use Cleveland Heights Patch. Here's a reminder.

  1. Save this email. I want to hear about how the polling places are functioning. How are the lines? Any holdups? Any problems? Was it easier or more difficult than last yer? How long did it take you to vote? Email me with your polling location at Michelle.Simakis@Patch.com after you vote, and I’ll keep our readers informed! You can also contact me on Facebook or Twitter.
  2. Check out This page has information about the Cleveland Heights City Council, Municipal Court and Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board candidates in one spot. Brush up on the names you’d like to remember. We also have a page about , or the CH-UH School levy.
  3. Review your ballot. With our handy , you can put in your address and see all the questions that will appear on your ballot tomorrow as well as information about each candidate and issue. Fill out, share and print your ballot to spark discussions and take it with you to the polls tomorrow for quick voting.
  4. “Like” our Cleveland Heights Elections Facebook page and follow us on Twitter. We’ll use it to keep you updated about elections happenings all day. On Twitter, look for the #CHElection hashtag.
  5. Bookmark our . This page is your go-to spot for all your elections news in one place, inluding the live chat about Issue 2 (starting at noon Tuesday). Check back regularly throughout the day for updates.


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