Our Priorities

All Voting is Local Ohio has prioritized expanding access to absentee voting, increasing the number of early voting locations, and ending the longstanding practice of problematic voter purges.

Since the 2021 passage of a law that restricts  election officials and community groups from working together All Voting is Local Ohio positioned themselves as the leaders in calling for, and working toward, its repeal.

News from Ohio


Ohio State Leaders Must Allow Voter Education Collaboration

CLEVELAND — In response to the Ohio Supreme Court’s rejection of the third proposed state map due to partisan gerrymandering, All Voting is Local Ohio State Director Kayla Griffin released the following statement:

Voting Rights Groups Urge Secretary of State Frank LaRose to Include Further Provisions in Election Officials Manual to Increase Access to the Ballot

CLEVELAND — Today, three key organizations of the Ohio Voter Rights Coalition and the nonpartisan Election Protection coalition – All Voting is Local, ACLU of Ohio, and League of Women Voters of Ohio – submitted comments for the Election Officials Manual (EOM), urging to ensure voting policies that increase access to the ballot so that all Ohio voters can make their voices heard.

Franklin, Cuyahoga, and Montgomery Counties Must Investigate High Voter Registration Rejection Rates

CLEVELAND — All Voting is Local Ohio is demanding that the Franklin, Cuyahoga, and Montgomery Counties Boards of Directors initiate investigations into National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and non-NVRA agencies due to the large number of rejected voter registration forms.

Featured Work

All Voting is Local Ohio State Director, Kayla Griffin, has led the charge in calling for and working toward the repeal of Ohio’s collaboration ban between elected officials and non-governmental entities Here she describes why restricting officials from working with civic groups and churches will harm voter access.