Republicans at the statehouse are going to come after our right to vote

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Republicans at the statehouse want to come after our right to vote, Erica.

Ohio already has extreme voter laws that disenfranchise thousands of voters – especially low-income Ohioans, the elderly, and people of color.

Now, Republicans at the statehouse want to take it a step further by passing HB 294, a disgusting anti-voter bill that would make it more difficult for Ohioans to have their voice heard at the polls: limit drop boxes, restrict absentee voting, cut early voting, and more.

Looking ahead to 2024 and beyond, Ohio Democrats are focused on protecting the right to vote. We all must work together to fight against any future anti-voter attacks that Ohio Republicans launch.

If you’re committed to protecting voting rights and rejecting the dangerous and unpopular HB 294, sign our petition to demand Ohio Republicans stop attacking the right to vote >>

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