Rescind restrictions on In Person Early Voting – One size does not t all.
Ensure that counties have enough precincts, polling locations, and parking in 2014 because the num-bers of precincts and polling locations have both shrunk by nearly 20% from 2004 to 2012. (*and by 25% in Cuyahoga County from 2008 to 2012)
OUTREACH & INCLUSION
Reach out to all kinds of voter groups, not just to those with right
leaning political stripes.
Reach out to colleges and universities and recent college graduates in accordance with legal settlement to make sure they know how and
where to vote.
Send absentee ballot applications to ALL voters—do not exclude voters that the Secretary’s ofce has unilaterally labeled as “Inactive.”
Don’t settle for low turnout in the midterm elections. Study and implement methods to increase participation in our democracy.
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE &
Stop Boards of Elections from referring for prosecution voters who cast an absentee ballot, lose faith that it will be counted, and then vote provisionally on Election Day. No voter was prosecuted for this legal act, and the harassment
has to stop.
Follow the law requiring public comment on
Give voters the ability to search for their polling
location by their home address on the Secretary’s website.
Restore the voter education videos for deaf voters to the Secretary’s website.
A checklist for elected leaders to encourage voter participation in Ohio
Photo: Sam Hendron, WOSU
Voting shouldn’t take all day.
Take steps now to ensure a more participative democracy later. Elected ocials should work to encourage voting, not complicate it.
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