Jon Husted Keeps Trying to Eliminate Voting Rights, Keeps Losing

Chicago, IL -- The US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit yesterday struck a blow against Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and his plan to slash early voting hours and eliminate Sunday voting, affirming an earlier district court ruling that found Husted in violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

"For the fifth time in the last two years a court has told John Husted that his attempts to slash the voting rights of Ohioans are unconstitutional? At this point NBC may have copyright claim against Husted for 'Biggest Loser,'" said Hari Sevugan, iVote spokesman. "It is because of Jon Husted's persistent desire to restrict their voting rights that Ohioans are going to add one more loss to his tally on November 4th."
In 2012 Jon Husted attempted to restrict early voting and was stopped by courts herehere and the by the Supreme Court of the Unites States here

A copy of this year's appellate ruling stopping Jon Husted from eliminating voting right  is available here. A lower court stopped Husted here.  



iVote, a new voting rights campaign dedicated to the powerful notion that every eligible citizen should vote, recently launched an offensive against orchestrated efforts to block people from voting. iVote will target Secretary of State races in Colorado, Nevada, Iowa and Ohio, activating grassroots armies to elect Secretaries of State who will protect every American’s access to voting.

The iVote Board of Directors includes Doug Sosnik, Frank Smith, Ellen Kurz, Jeremy Bird, Michael Blake, Rachael Cobb, Ralph Paige, Wendy Smith, Pete Giangreco and Executive Director Steven Walker. iVote is being advised by 270 Strategies, AKPD, David Binder Research, and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.

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