2024 is a Presidential Election Year!

Primary Election Tuesday, March 19, 2024

To Elect Republican and Democratic Nominees for November 5, 2024 General Election

United States President
United States Senator and United States Representative
State Senator and State Representative
State Supreme Court Justices and State Court of Appeals Judges
Cuyahoga County Judges: General Division and Juvenile
Cuyahoga County Prosecuting Attorney
And More


For more information on what is on the ballot, go to

Please find below a collection of publicly available voting resources collected for your convenience. Breakthrough does not endorse any political party or candidate, but we strongly encourage you to participate in our democracy to make your voice heard.

"The right to vote is precious, almost sacred. It is the most powerful nonviolent tool or instrument in a democratic society. We must use it."

John Lewis


Your thoughts and voice matter in helping shape our community, state, country and world.

Consistently exercising our right to vote makes it more likely our children will have the right to vote… it’s not a given.

Set an example for our families and friends.

Honor history: Edmund Pettus Bridge Bloody Sunday and 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Have a hand in creating the world where you, your family and friends live.


Primary Election Date: March 19th, 2024 • Deadline for Registering/Updating Existing Registration: February 20, 2024 •

Anyone 18 years old or older on or before November 5, 2024 is eligible to register to vote • Mark your calendars!


*The information in this section is geared to the 3/19/2024 Primary Election in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. If you have any voting questions, you can also contact the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections:

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
2925 Euclid  Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
(216)  443-8683  |


To check your registration, see sample ballot, find your polling location, or track your ballot, visit Ohio's official Voting Toolkit.

Felony Conviction Does Not Bar Voting in Ohio

A felony conviction does not bar a person from voting in Ohio so long as the person is not currently incarcerated for the felony.  This is true whether or not the person convicted of the felony is on probation or parole.  A person who was incarcerated for a felony conviction must register to vote after release (even if previously registered) in order to vote.  A person is also eligible to vote while incarcerated on a misdemeanor or felony charge awaiting disposition.  Two convictions for violating Title 35 of the Ohio Revised Code (pertains to election law fraud) will permanently bar a person from voting in Ohio.


Every vote matters.

Many elections are won by a very thin margin. Every vote truly matters, especially in swing states like Ohio — make sure yours is cast!

More people can have a greater say in their lives by voting.

On average, only about ½ of eligible voters typically vote. This is your right as a U.S. citizen. Exercise your right!

Elections impact you directly.

Local elected officials and local issues are also on the ballot, including judges, taxes, and more.

Your address must be accurate.

Your name and address on file must be current, or your vote will not be valid. You can check this easily HERE.

Voting by mail is safe and valid.

Avoid long lines and crowds by voting by mail.  Learn more about Vote-by-Mail HERE.


The links below will take you to the appropriate, official websites for address verification, and, if needed, voter registration.

Thank you!

Breakthrough Public Schools encourages all citizens to actively engage in our democracy and to vote.

"A republic… if you can keep it."

Benjamin Franklin