U.S. District Court Seems Likely to Rule in Favor of Voters in Ohio Lawsuit on Provisional Voting

See this article for a description of the July 30 hearing in Ohio, in the latest lawsuit over whether provisional ballots should be counted when the ballot is cast in the right building, but the wrong precinct. The author of the article suggests that the Ohio Secretary of State will lose this case, at least in the U.S. District Court.


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