Officials Warn Don't Wait to Vote by Mail in Cuyahoga County
They are concerned about delays in local mail delivery
Cuyahoga County officials are concerned about delays in local mail delivery as changes in United States Postal Service (USPS) operations face national scrutiny.
Speaking at a news briefing on Friday, County Executive Armond Budish warned residents that anyone who plans to vote by mail in the November presidential election should begin the process now.
“For those of you who don’t want to vote in person, and prefer voting from your home, I have some strong advice for you: Get your ballot application in now, right now, today,” Budish said.
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