According to a report from the Associated Press, thanks to Secretary of State John Husted, Ohio voters will no longer have the option of early voting on Sundays or weekday nights.
Instead, voter will only have two Saturdays out of the fall to cast early – in person – ballots.
Speaking in a press release, Husted rationalized his decision as a matter of being “fair and uniform,” suggesting it was a matter of making the process more agreeable for everyone:
“In 2014, absentee voters will have the option of voting in person for four weeks, or they can vote without ever leaving home by completing ...
By Susie Madrak — February 27, 2014