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4:55 pm
Mon September 29, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court says early in person voting won’t start in Ohio Tuesday

Early voting that was set to begin Tuesday won’t happen after all.

The U.S. Supreme Court has put a hold on in person, early voting in Ohio. The ruling will remain in effect until the court acts on an appeal by state officials. And since that appeal has not yet formally been filed , it means the Golden week, when Ohioans can both register to vote and cast a ballot at the same time, will not be allowed. 

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
2:30 am
Tue August 5, 2014

The latest on Wednesday's federal appeals court arguments on five same-sex marriage cases

    A federal appeals court in Cincinnati will hear arguments Wednesday on five same-sex marriage cases that could possibly provide the foundation for a landmark opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court. The cases Wednesday involved Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. Same-sex marriage has been legalized in nineteen states and the District of Columbia. WVXU'’s Ann Thompson joins us for the latest on the story.

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Husted appeals
1:41 pm
Tue October 9, 2012

Husted appealing early voting decision to U.S. Supreme Court

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted
Credit Ohio Government Website

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is going to the U.S. Supreme Court to appeal a Friday decision by a federal appeals court here that restored early in-person voting on the final three days before the election.

"This is an unprecedented intrusion by the federal courts into how states run elections, and because of its impact on all 50 states as to who and how elections will be in run in America, we are asking the Supreme Court to step in and allow Ohioans to run Ohio elections,'' the Republican secretary of state said in a written statement.

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