Welcome from the Mayor
City of Westlake
27700 Hilliard Blvd.
Westlake, OH 44145
440.871.3300
M – F: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.



You are qualified to vote if:

  • You are a citizen of the United States.
  • You are at least 18 years of age.
  • You have been a resident of Cuyahoga County for 30 days prior to voting.
  • You are currently registered to vote.
You must register (or re-register) to vote if:
  • You have not registered before.
  • You are a new resident of Westlake.
  • You have not voted in the last four calendar years.
  • You have made changes in your voter registration information such as a name or address change.

Register to Vote:


The Board of Elections
2925 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
216.443.3298
boe.cuyahogacounty.us

 

 

Voter registration forms available:  

Westlake Porter Public Library
27333 Center Ridge Road
440.871.2600
www.westlakelibrary.org

Westlake City Hall
27700 Hilliard Blvd.
440.871.3300

Westlake High School
27830 Hilliard Blvd.
440.835.6352
www.westlake.k12.oh.us/schools/whs/Pages/default.aspx

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Voting Procedures:

Each must cast his or her ballot at the polling place designated to serve the precinct in which he or she resides. Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

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Polling Locations: (as designated by voter’s precinct. Click here to view Westlake’s ward map)

Westlake Clague Cabin
Clague Park
440.808.5700

Holly Lane School
3057 Holly Lane
440.835.6332

St. Ladislas Church
2345 Bassett Road
440.835.2300

Westlake United Methodist Church
27650 Center Ridge Road
440.871.3088

Westlake Village Retirement Community
28550 Westlake Village
440.892.4200

Westlake Center for Community Services
29694 Center Ridge Road
440.899.3544

Church on the Rise
3550 Crocker Road
440.808.0200

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Hilliard School
24365 Hilliard Blvd.
440.835.6343

Westlake City Hall
27700 Hilliard Blvd.
440.871.3300

Westlake High School
27830 Hilliard Blvd.
440.835.6352

Our House Assisted Living
27633 Bassett Road
440.835.2110

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
28455 Center Ridge Road
440.871.5565

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
27993 Detroit Road
440.835.3050


Vote by Mail/Absentee:

When does Vote By Mail/Absentee Voting begin and end?

Primary and general elections:
Except for uniformed service voters and overseas voters*, absentee voting begins 35 days before the day of election. Absentee voting (in-house) ends the Friday before the election (except for voters hospitalized due to emergencies, as further described in part 3 of the Absenttee Deadlines section below).

Special elections:
Special elections are elections that are held on a day other than the day of a primary or general election. If the laws governing the special election make it impossible for the absent voter ballots to be printed by the timelines listed in the above section, then absentee voting for the special election begins as many days before the day of the election as reasonably possible. You may contact the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to learn if a special election is being held in your precinct and, if so, when absentee ballots will be available. Except for voters hospitalized due to emergencies, as further described in part 3 of the Absentee Deadlines section below, absentee voting for special elections still ends the Friday before the election.

Once absentee ballots are available for voting, any eligible voter may receive and return an absentee ballot:
  • In person at the County Board of Elections Office

  • By U.S. Mail


  • Who is eligible to vote a Vote By Mail/Absentee Ballot?
    Any qualified Ohio voter whose registration information is up-to-date may request a Vote By Mail/Absentee Ballot without stating a reason.

    What is the application process for obtaining a Vote By Mail/Absentee Ballot?
    Ohio law provides separate application processes for different classifications of Vote By Mail/Absentee voters (militia, armed services, overseas, etc.). In all cases, Vote By Mail/Absentee ballots must be applied for in writing. If you are properly registered to vote, you must submit your written request to the board of elections of the county in which your voting residence is located. Your request must contain certain information (described in the following sections) and your original signature. You may, but are not required to, use an application form prescribed by the Ohio Secretary of State (Form 11-A).

    *If you are not an active duty member of Ohio's organized militia (including the Ohio Air National Guard, Ohio Army National Guard, Ohio Naval Militia, and Ohio Military Reserve), an active duty member of the U.S. armed services outside of Ohio, or a U.S. citizen residing outside of the U.S., you are considered a "regular" absentee voter.

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    Federal, State & County Officials

    President
    Barack Obama
    President of the U.S.
    The White House
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Washington, DC 20500
    202.456.1414
    president@whitehouse.gov
    White House Comment Line: 202.456.1111


    U.S. Senators
    Sherrod Brown (D)
    United States Senate
    Washington, DC 20510
    202.224.2315
    Fax: 202.228.6321

    Cleveland Office:
    1301 East Ninth St. Suite 1710
    Cleveland, OH 44114
    216.522.7272
    Fax: 216.522.2239
    brown.senate.gov

    Rob Portman (R)
    United States Senate
    Washington, DC 20510
    202.224.3353
    Fax: 202.224.9558

    Cleveland Office:
    Federal Building
    1240 East 9th Street, Room 3061
    Cleveland, OH 44199
    216.522.7095


    U.S. Congress (10th District)
    Dennis Kucinich (D)
    2445 Rayburn HOB
    Washington, DC 20515
    202.225.5871
    Fax: 202.225.5745

    Lakewood Office:
    14400 Detroit Road
    Lakewood, OH 44107
    216.228.8850
    Fax: 216.228.6465
    www.house.gov/kucinich
    U.S. Capitol Switchboard: 202.224.3121


    U.S. Capitol toll free:
    800.972.3524

    Congressional Websites:
    www.senate.gov
    www.house.gov


    Ohio Governor
    John Kasich (R)
    614.466.3555
    Fax: 614.466.9354
    www.governor.ohio.gov


    State Senator (24th District)
    Thomas Patton (R)
    Senate Building
    1 Capitol Square, 1st Floor
    Columbus, OH 43215
    614.466.8056
    SD24@senate.state.oh.us


    State Representative (16th District)
    Nan Baker (R)
    77 S. High Street
    Columbus, OH 43215-6111
    614.466.0961
    Fax: 614.719.3998
    district16@ohr.state.oh.us

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    Cuyahoga County Executive
    Ed FitzGerald (D)
    County Administration Building
    1219 Ontario Street, Room 432
    Cleveland, OH 44113
    216.443.7010




    Cuyahoga County Council
    District 1
    Dave Greenspan

    District 2
    Dale Miller

    District 3
    Dan Brady

    District 4
    Chuck Germana

    District 5
    Michael Gallagher

    District 6
    Jack Schron

    District 7
    Yvonne Conwell

    District 8
    Pernel Jones

    District 9
    C. Ellen Connally

    District 10
    Julian Rogers

    District 11
    Sunny Simon