Primary races, levies on the ballot March 17

The State of Ohio will hold primary elections on March 17. In addition to primary contests for legislators and the President of the United States, voters in 17 Ohio counties, including Cuyahoga County, will be asked to vote on health and human service related levies. Due to COVID19 some polling locations have changed, the Ohio Secretary of State urges you to check your county board of elections website to make sure you know where your polling location is. Here’s a link to the state’s guide to contact and website information for all of Ohio’s 88 counties. The Center for Community Solutions has written extensively about many of these issues, and you can learn more about the issues and candidates on the ballot below.

Issue 33, Cuyahoga County’s Health and Human Services Levy

The Center for Community Solutions’ Board of Directors endorses Cuyahoga County health and human services levy

Statewide Health and Human Services Levies

Ohio Statehouse Primaries: Who’s Running and Where?