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“Homeless coalitions appeal to entire federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in challenge to Ohio’s perfect-­form requirements for absentee and provisional ballots”

Release: Today, the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, Columbus Coalition for the Homeless, joined by the Ohio Democratic Party, plaintiffs in a voting-°©??rights lawsuit  Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and Ohio Attorney General Michael DeWine, sought to have all fifteen … Continue reading ?
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