Husted defends his record

From the Columbus Dispatch

By Joe Vardon

Secretary of State Jon Husted said his record as Ohio’s chief elections official is “a balance between making it easy to vote and hard to cheat,” dismissing a movement growing nationally to cast Republican secretaries of state as trying to limit voting access.

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Nevada will be key battleground on voter ID

From Ralston Reports

By Jon Ralston

Four years ago, Sharron Angle gave to Democrats the greatest gift they could have asked for in the campaign, assuring through her nomination that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would be re-elected. Now, Angle is about to prove that she is the gift that keeps on giving. Or so some opponents of voter ID would hope as Nevada, inevitably, becomes a focal point of the national, partisan battle over voter suppression laws.

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Grassroots strategists, voting rights activists launch iVote to go on offense for voting rights

WASHINGTON, DC -- iVote, a new voting rights campaign dedicated to the powerful notion that every eligible citizen should vote, launched an offensive today 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.

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