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2014 National Voter Registration Day Events (September 23, 2014)

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Cincinnati

Contact Center: 1227 Vine St. Cincinnati 45202

Volunteers help get voters registered for November - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati

Columbus

Statehouse Lawn (west): 1 Capital Square 43215


Columbus State Community College
  • Columbus State Courtyard: 550 E. Spring St. 43215
  • Michelle Wieser: 614-287-2857
  • mweiser@cscc.edu

Franklin County Board of Elections: 1700 Morse Rd, Columbus, OH 43229
  • Press Conference
  • Ohio Votes, League of Women Voters Metropolitan Columbus, Common Cause Ohio
  • Cathy Johnston: 614-280-1984 ext. 25
  • cathyjohnston@cohhio.org

Cleveland

AsiaTown: 3820 Superior Ave, Cleveland 44114

Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless: 2100 Lakeside Ave 44114

Find out more information on voting in Ohio at http://bit.ly/Voting-in-Ohio

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Video published on July 21, 2014


Description: Carrie Davis of the League of Women Voters of Ohio explains how to register to vote or update your voter registration in Ohio.

On Sunday, 4/13/14, Melissa Harris-Perry discussed the history of Ohio elections from 2004 until now, with emphasis on the current battle over absentee ballot mailings playing out in Cuyahoga County and this year's voting location change in Hamilton County.

  

Voting is a right.  Not a crime! Learn why ballots cast during the first week of early voting are secure and why claims of voter fraud are red herrings: http://db.tt/9ev5dT8g

Hillary Clinton on the Voting Rights Act (8/12/2013)




MLK Jr.'s vision of equality has not yet been achieved.
For the full video, visit NBC News

     
Former President Jimmy Carter at the March on Washington (8/28/13)
 

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