From the daily archives: Saturday, May 4, 2013

Soon after taking office, Secretary of State John Husted started talking about the importance of “uniformity” in Ohio’s election process.  By this, Husted of course meant the elimination of early voting on the days most preferred by Democratic voters – especially African American voters in large counties – during an important presidential election year.

In case there was any reason why Husted and his fellow Republicans were trying to keep Ohioans from voting on the last three days before the elections Republican Doug Preisse made it clear when he admitted the goal of limiting early […]

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