May 4 Election Day

Election Day is the single best chance we have to talk to hundreds of voters.


On Election Day, we'll be identifying voters who support marriage for gay and lesbian people.

The Ohio ban on gay/lesbian marriage was passed by voters in 2004.
  The only way the ban can be removed is by another vote of the people.  (Unless we get marriage on a federal level, and that is not likely.)


We're going to start in University Heights to identify our supporters.  This community has LGBT issues fresh in their minds because the students at John Carroll University recently got the University to
establish a non-discrimination policy that includes sexual orientation
.

We are going to build on this momentum.

We need a HUGE TEAM to make May 4th a success!
If there's only one day that you can help,
May 4th is that day.


You can pick an early morning shift (6:30-9:30am) or an afternoon shift (4:30-7:30pm) -- the busiest times of day at most polling places.

You'll be trained by our amazing leaders and get the chance to celebrate our efforts after the day is over.

Turn the support we love into the action that we need!

To volunteer or get more information, send an email to volunteer@askcleveland.org