Informing Ohioans on the State of Our Election
Secretary LaRose spoke at length about what voters can expect as they get ready to make their voice heard. Ohio is a national leader in voting accessibility, and we are taking unprecedented steps to make sure our state continues to be a national model for election preparedness. Watch the entire event here by following this link.
This week’s Ready for November task force meeting centered on the Secretary’s Ohio Voting Safety Plan. This comprehensive 48-point guidance document, endorsed by the Ohio Department of Health and utilizing CDC recommendations, includes best practices for cleaning voting equipment, social distancing, and proper use of PPE. The task force was also joined by Fayette County Director Beth Ann Snyder and Deputy Director Karla Morrison to discuss lessons learned from the special election they had last week.
This week the Columbus Metropolitan Club hosted a panel on accessibility and fair elections with Secretary LaRose, President of the A. Philip Randolph Institute Andre Washington, and Executive Director of the Ohio League of Women Voter's Jen Miller. Follow this link to watch.
Getting the Facts on Secretary LaRose’s Decision to Bring Drop Boxes to Every Ohio County in a General Election for the First Time Ever
This week, Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced that every County Board of Elections must provide a drop box at their office. Follow this link to learn more about the decision.
The Eyes of the World Are On Ohio
Follow this link to hear Secretary LaRose on BBC Word News with anchor Maryam Moshiri talking about how absentee voting is secure in Ohio.