10/01/2008 - You can't cast your ballot from your computer yet, but technology is making it easier than ever to vote in the November election.
With just a mouse-click or two and few keystrokes, voters can fill out registration forms, find -- and get directions to -- their polling places and request absentee ballots over the Internet.
Many county election boards have been making their Web sites easier to use and now the secretary of state's office has set up a virtual one-stop shop for voters statewide.
Information is available on the secretary of state's Web site and through Google, which is working with the JEHT Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts to make voter information easy to find online. They've established a site - www.maps.google.com/vote - from which voters can find information by typing in their home address.
Read the full article Online Board of Elections Web Sites Help You Register to Vote, Find Your Polling Place on The Plain Dealer's Web site.