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Vote No on Issue 38

Protect quality safety and services. This November, Cleveland voters will be able to protect quality safety and services. Vote no on Issue 38 to prevent private interests from deciding how $14 million from the City’s general fund will be spent. The $14 million would come from funding that protects safety forces like EMS, Fire & Police, road repair, and building and housing.

Keep quality safety and services in Cleveland. Vote no on Issue 38.

Keep quality safety and services in Cleveland. Vote no on Issue 38.  

Join the Team

We need your support to protect safety and services in Cleveland. Can you help by doing any of the following?

  • Bring me a yard sign.

  • I/We oppose cutting funding for safety and services.

  • I/We will be a poll-greeter on Election Day.

  • I/We want to help construct and/or deliver yard signs.

  • I/We want to make a donation.


The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, October 10.

Early voting starts Wednesday, October 11.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 7.

To check your voter registration status,  click here >> 

All registered voters are eligible to vote early by mail or in person. Early voting begins Wednesday, October 11. To request a vote by mail ballot,  click here >> 

For more information on voting early in person,  click here >> 

Remember, all voters must bring identification to the polls. To find your polling location,  click here >> 


The following people and organizations support keeping quality safety and services in Cleveland

  • Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council

  • North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor

  • Council President Blaine A. Griffin (Ward 6)

  • Council Majority Leader Kerry McCormack (Ward 3)

  • Council Majority Whip Jasmin Santana (Ward 14)

  • Councilman Joe Jones (Ward 1)

  • Councilman Kevin Bishop (Ward 2)

  • Councilman Richard Starr (Ward 5)

  • Councilman Mike Polensek (Ward 8)

  • Councilman Kevin Conwell (Ward 9)

  • Councilman Anthony Hairston (Ward 10)

  • Councilman Danny Kelly (Ward 11)

  • Councilman Kris Harsh (Ward 13)

  • Councilman Brian Kazy (Ward 16)

  • Councilman Charles Slife (Ward 17)

October 11:
Early voting begins

@ Cuyahoga Board of Elections

@ 2925 Euclid Avenue

News & Events

American flags decorating a yard
Voting pins displayed on the American flag stars
Vote No on Issue 38 yard sign
Microphone on political debate stage

November 7:
Election Day

@ Your Polling Location

6:30 am - 7:30 pm

September 26:
Public Debate

@ Public Hall (Link to watch)

6:00 pm

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Yard Sign Requests!

Click here to show your support for protecting safety and services!

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