Ohio Prepares to Remove Inactive Voters from Registration List; Statehouse Update; Defining Success

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The State of Ohio is preparing to remove more than 230,000 people from its voter registration rolls.  The state says voters are being removed for inactivity and that such maintenance is needed to keep voter rolls current and prevent voter fraud.   But advocates say they are concerned that some voters will be wrongly removed from the list. We will hear from Secretary of State Frank LaRose and from the voting rights group, All Voting Is Local on the issue.      Then, we'll check in at the Ohio Statehouse as  Governor Mike DeWine puts forth his plan to keep students safe.   

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Ohio Secretary of State's Registration Reset

Cuyahoga County BOE Collaboration Meeting for National Voter Registration Day

National Voter Registration Day 

All Voting Is Local

Guests: 

Frank LaRose (R), Ohio Secretary of State 
Mike Brickner, Ohio State Director, All Voting Is Local 
Andy Chow, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau, Ohio Public Radio/TV 
Heather Roszczyk, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Advocate, City of Akron  
 

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