The Jewish Voters Association (JVOTE) is excited to welcome the inauguration of the University Heights branch. JVOTE is an organization dedicated to representing the Orthodox Jewish community residing in Cleveland Heights and now University Heights. Our mission is to build bridges with our local government, elected representatives and fellow citizens to educate them on those issues and needs important to our community. Cleveland Heights has had an active and influential JVOTE for over 10 years. During this time, the Orthodox community of Cleveland Heights has been able to amplify and strengthen our community’s voice in regards to our elected officials.
The University Heights JVOTE will be holding an endorsement meeting this Sunday, October 10, 2021.
There will be an endorsement for University Heights Mayor and CH-UH School Board. The JVOTE endorsement will be publicized following this meeting’s vote. Please, know the JVOTE endorsed candidates before completing your absentee ballot. For more information, please go to www.jvote.org.
Cleveland Heights JVOTE and University Heights JVOTE endorsement meeting this Sunday October 10th. Please review all of the candidates’ answers to the JVOTE questions at www.JVOTE.org prior to the meeting.
Cleveland Heights City Council Candidate Q & A forum will be from 8:00pm – 9:00pm. In attendance will be candidates for the 4 year term:
- Councilwoman Davida Russell
- Councilman Craig Cobb
- Tony Cuda
- Anthony Mattox
- Allosious Snodgrass
- Lee Barbee
Cleveland Heights Endorsement discussion begins at 9:00pm. Cleveland Heights City Council – 4 year term (up to 4 choices). Cleveland Heights City Council – 2 year term (1 choice).
University Heights JVOTE joins discussion: CH-UH School Board – (up to 3 choices).
Cleveland Heights JVOTE excused from discussion
University Heights Mayor (1 choice)
Meeting Adjourned by 10:00pm
Online ballot will be active for all paid members to vote. 10:00pm – midnight.
To learn more and to join, visit WWW.JVOTE.ORG