Cuyahoga County officials convened a meeting of all the shelters to talk about a plan to get homeless people to register and vote in the upcoming election. Cuyahoga County is one of few communities in the United States that requires each publicly funded shelter submit a plan to get their residents to vote. We applaud county Office of Homeless Services for supporting the 1990s Voter Motor law and seeing the importance of homeless people voting. We have built a special section of the NEOCH website around voting issues.
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