2017 Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award Nominations – Now Open

Nominations for the 2017 Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award are now closed. open. Please use this form to submit your nomination.

The Orpha Gatch Citizenship Award recognizes the leadership of a Clermont County woman for her outstanding volunteer civic service in our community. The nominee must reside in Clermont County, Ohio and the activities for which the nominee is being recognized must be volunteer. Nominees should symbolize the leadership, energy, optimism and trust of the early suffragists. Women currently running for public office are not eligible for the Orpha Gatch Award. All nominees will be showcased and honored at the event.

Submissions must be RECEIVED on or before June 30, 2017.

Verify Your Vote

Verify your VoteVerify Your Vote

Last year, Ohio cancelled thousands of voter registrations for voters who have not voted in the last few elections.

You can check your registration online at MyOhioVote.com, VoterLookUp Ohio, or
call your local Board of Elections.

Clermont County Board of Elections: 513-732-7275.

Verify the Vote Outreach Program : call voters who may have been removed from the voter rolls incorrectly.  It is easy:

See Instructions Here:  CLICK HERE

 

VOTE. It’s Your Right

A Guide to the Voting Rights of People with Mental Disabilities

In time for the upcoming election season, a guide, “VOTE. It’s Your Right: A Guide to the Voting Rights of People with Mental Disabilities” has been released by the Bazelon Center, the National Disability Rights Network, the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, and law firm Schulte, Roth & Zabel. The guide lists key legal principles and focuses on four areas of concern: voter-competence requirements; state photo-ID laws; voter challenges; and providing help to voters with disabilities. The guide also includes a chart listing each state’s laws affecting the voting rights of people with mental disabilities. To see the guide, click hereGuide to the Voting Rights of People with Mental Disabilities 2016.

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Knowing your rights will help make sure you can vote. Take this piece of paper with you when you go to vote so you will know what your rights are. You can also show this to others if you run into any problems.