The campaign seeks to enlist Democratic and Republican Ohioans in Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton, and Lucas counties October 4, 2022 CINCINNATI, OHIO — All Voting is Local Ohio today announced the launch of a five-figure ad campaign to recruit 100 Democratic and Republican poll workers in Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton,…
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 the state 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.
Ohio Secretary of State LaRose Must Create Consistent Standards for Collecting Election Data Across Counties
CLEVELAND--The Ohio Voter Rights Coalition called on Secretary of State Frank LaRose to require universal standards for how Ohio’s 88 counties collect election data, a move that is critical in bolstering public confidence in the state’s election system.
Against the backdrop of a lethal pandemic, Floridians turned out in record numbers to cast vote by mail ballots in the November 3, 2020, general election. Although the state’s election ran smoothly, more than 47,000 Floridians—the majority of whom were people of color, younger voters, and first-time voters—had to follow-up with their elections supervisor to fix or “cure” their ballots before they could count. In this report, we examine these disparities and offer recommendations on how Florida’s 67 counties can make the process and validating of mail ballots uniform so that all voters can make their voices heard.