Citizens in Medina Being Denied the Right to Vote

Citizens in Medina Being Denied the Right to Vote

Citizens in Medina circulated a referendum petition on Ordinance 112-19, an LGBTQ special rights ordinance. They were told by Board of Elections officials that they were 44 signatures short, but 59 of the signatures were invalidated wrongly for what the Board termed "non-matching signature." When the citizens committee presented to the Board of Elections 47 sworn affidavits from the registered voters who had their signatures wrongly invalidated, Board officials arrogantly said they were doing nothing on the matter. The Ohio Christian Alliance and the Concerned Citizens of Medina City have now appealed directly to Secretary of State Frank LaRose.  It is a matter of the integrity of the vote in the State of Ohio; we either have it or we don't. The committee now waits to see what the Secretary of State will do. 

 

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