Cincinnati Enquirer Across Ohio, that is part of a developing pattern in which extra pre-election voting hours may be denied to voters in large urban counties – most of which traditionally vote Democratic – even as extended hours will be available in some smaller counties with a strong Republican slant. Read more.
The Nation Now, in heavily Democratic cities like Cleveland, Columbus, Akron and Toledo, early voting hours will be limited to 8 am until 5 pm on weekdays beginning on October 1, with no voting at night or during the weekend, when it’s most convenient for working people to vote. Read more.
The Ed Show If Ohio keeps in place its new restrictions on early voting in counties that lean Democratic, one state lawmaker says it will be as if "Jim Crow has been resurrected in this country." Read more.