Today, a third lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio challenging the state’s newly-passed state House and Senate maps.
Today, a second lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio challenging Ohio’s newly-drawn state Senate and House maps.
Today, a lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of Ohio challenging the state’s newly-drawn state Senate and House maps for being extreme partisan gerrymanders in favor of the Republican party.
The Republican-controlled Ohio Redistricting Commission approved state House and Senate maps shortly after the Commission’s 11:59pm constitutional deadline on Wednesday.
Yesterday, the Republican-dominated Ohio Redistricting Commission released a draft plan of state legislative maps in advance of the Sept. 15 deadline
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Republicans in the Ohio House of Representatives introduced a new bill last Thursday that would revise the state’s election laws and impose new barriers on voting. The bill, House Bill 387, would require all voters to register to vote in person, eliminate no-excuse absentee voting, limit the forms of acceptable photo ID, shorten the state’s early voting period and ban mail ballots returned via drop box from being counted, among other provisions.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new provision added to the state budget by Republican lawmakers bans Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose (R) from conducting a series of voter education efforts that successfully recruited new voters last year
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ohio Republicans finally introduced their first major voter suppression legislation of 2021 on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—A draft of new legislation obtained by More Perfect Union reveals Ohio Republicans’ aggressive agenda to suppress the vote after the 2020 election. The draft bill, which comes in at a whopping 151 pages, draws inspiration from some of the worst voter suppression laws in the country, including Georgia’s SB 202 and Iowa’s SF 413.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ohio Republicans are planning to propose their first voting rights legislation of the session soon, joining the 47 other states that are considering voter suppression bills this calendar year.
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