It’s the Right Thing to Do

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Team,

Ohio Democrats believe that our democracy is stronger when more people participate in the process, so today we filed a lawsuit to permit county boards of elections to install multiple, secure dropboxes where voters can deliver their absentee ballots.

Many states — including Republican-led states, like Georgia and Utah, and Democratic-run states, like Oregon and Colorado — use voter dropboxes widely, with no controversy or partisanship. They cut out delays, don’t require a stamp and reduce lines.

During unprecedented attacks by the president on the postal service, dropboxes are more important than ever — so we were more than disappointed by the recent ban on all but a single drop box per county in Ohio.

We’re proud to file this lawsuit today — not because of politics, but because it’s the right thing to do. People must be able to vote safely and securely in this critical election.

Ohio Democrats will never stop defending your right to vote, team — if you’re able, will you chip in today to join the fight for voting rights in Ohio?

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Thanks,

David

David Pepper
Chair
Ohio Democratic Party


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