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6th Circuit Turns Down En Banc Consideration of OH Provisional/Absentee Balloting Case

Back on September 13 I flagged a 2-1 decision of the 6th Circuit mostly rejecting a challenge to Ohio provisional absentee voting rules. (This is the one that featured the strong dissent from Judge Keith). Plaintiffs sought to have the … Continue reading ?
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