Elections Husted Sends Public Voter Information To Trump Commission By Andy Chow • Jul 25, 2017 Andy Chow Ohio’s top elections official has sent the state’s database of voter information to the White House’s commission on election integrity. But the report left out sensitive data. The Argument For and Against Automatic Voter Registration In Ohio By Andy Chow • Feb 9, 2017 Andy Chow A Democratic lawmaker is pushing to overhaul the voter registration system in Ohio by making it a system where people can choose to opt out of registering to vote rather than opting in. Husted Sends Complaint To Voter Registration Group By Andy Chow • Jun 20, 2016 Andy Chow A group that works to increase the number of registered voters is getting called out for having a sloppy system. This includes addressing letters to people’s pets. Federal Court Rules Ohio Must Re-instate The Golden Week Of Voting By Jo Ingles • May 24, 2016 Andy Chow The Ohio law that prevents someone from registering to vote and casting a ballot at the same time has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge. The so called “golden week” has been reinstated for now. 'Count The Votes' Bill Ignores Checklist Of Reasons To Reject Ballots By Andy Chow • May 5, 2016 Andy Chow A state lawmaker wants to change the way votes are counted in elections, saying her bill could save more than tens of thousands of ballots from being thrown out. Secretary of State, Democratic Rep Spar Over Online Voter Registration Bill By Karen Kasler • Jan 12, 2016 Karen Kasler The state’s elections chief says he needs lawmakers to approve an online voter registration process. But a Democrat who wants that job says she disagrees. Unmarked and Uncounted Ballots Raise Questions By Jo Ingles • Nov 20, 2015 Some Ohio lawmakers want Secretary of State Jon Husted to investigate why nearly 900 absentee ballots in Summit County were received but not counted. Republicans Showing More Signs Of Organizing Lineups For Next Big Statewide Election By Karen Kasler • Oct 19, 2015 Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau The election of 2015 hasn’t even happened yet, but there are already suggestions that Republicans are planning way ahead.