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TOPIC: Voter Suppression in Ohio
Created by: Z_Z_Krewe
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There’s good news – for a change – out of the Supreme Court today: the justices have rejected the Ohio secretary of state’s effort to limit early voting in the Buckeye State.

It was a bad year for the one-note conductor of the Boehner Boys Choir. Their popularity decreased with each poor performance. The bad conductor from Ohio has a reason to recruit another choir for another bad performance.

His experience in conducting a poorly-performing one-note choir that could sin a one-note score could be effected by the early voting turnout of Buckeye voters for better choir performance in the next Congress of the USA.

The one-note, one-song Buckeye conductor could lose an eye.

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Last week, the Republican-run Ottawa County Board of Elections sent a mailer to 2,300 voters in three northwestern Ohio precincts informing them that Election Day was November 8. It is, of course, November 6.

Further, voters were told in the mailer their voting location had been moved to a building on the east side of Danbury High School. In reality, the actual voting location is on the west side of the high school.

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VOTERS WIN AGAIN: SCOTUS REJECTS OHIO GOP EFFORT TO SHUT DOWN EARLY VOTING Republican Sec. of State Husted finally forced to announce Early Voting hours for final three days before Election Day...

The old baseball adage that three strikes and you are out applies to Ohio's Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted and his underhanded effort to emulate his predecessor, the infamous J. Kenneth Blackwell (R), by preventing Early Voting for all over the last three days before the November 6, 2012 election.

That effort, to restrict voting in those days to active-duty military voters only, was first rejected by U.S. District Court Judge Peter Economus (strike one!) whose decision was upheld in all aspects by a three judge panel of the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal --- strike two!

Now comes an order from the U.S. Supreme Court summarily rejecting Husted's eleventh hour request for a stay of Judge Economus' decision --- strike three!

When Brad Friedman interviewed the former Democratic Ohio Sec. of State Jennifer Brunner in mid-August, she explained how Husted's efforts to limit early voting were "clearly aimed at 'Souls to the Polls,'" the very successful effort by African-American churches to encourage their congregations to get out and vote on the Sunday before Election Day. During the 2008 election, nearly 100,000 largely Democratic-leaning voters cast their vote over that weekend.

Husted, who previously backed off an earlier effort to obstruct Judge Economus' initial order, filing an apology to the court in early September, has now issued a directive informing all County Election Boards "to open for early voting from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Nov. 3, 1-5 p.m. on Nov. 4 and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Nov. 5," according to the Chicago Tribune.

Contrary to the initial lie spun by the right wing echo chamber and by Mitt Romney himself, this case in no way impacted the right of military voters to cast Early Absentee ballots. To the contrary, it assured that all lawfully registered voters could do so.

This is a very clear victory for democracy.

UPDATE: The order [PDF] reveals that although Husted filed the application for a stay with Justice Kagan, she referred the request "to the Court," which, in turn, denied the stay without any dissents.

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Yep. But it wasn't over politics... He will lose his freedom over stupidity and anger which blinded him... Maybe it is the same anger that blinds many on these forums?

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Really? Who risks prison and their asshole's tightness over politics? It's a federal offense......

That dude is really obsessed with politics. Hope he voted early! And for his final time, Mr. Felony!

Gonna watch the re election of Obama from the wrong side of the jail bars. They are gonna fuck with him every day about this in prison.

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Lol, that guy looks like he is a small punk... Hope he enjoys the shit in his food in federal prison.

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And in Ole Virginy.....

examiner. com/article/republican-operatives-caught-throwing-away-democratic-voter-registration-forms

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[Note: Anyone addressing the originator of this forum topic who expects a direct answer should send a private communication addressed to the OP as 'Your Shadowness.'

I am the Phantom of Your Opera.

[SOYO]

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At a time like this in American political history, it is important to answer a simple question: Will my life be better if Buck Boehner is given a second chance to conduct a one-note score in Congress?

A corollary question follows: If his last score was bad and boring, and he loses one eye, how bad could his next score be?

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There’s good news – for a change – out of the Supreme Court today: the justices have rejected the Ohio secretary of state’s effort to limit early voting in the Buckeye State.

It was a bad year for the one-note conductor of the Boehner Boys Choir. Their popularity decreased with each poor performance. The bad conductor from Ohio has a reason to recruit another choir for another bad performance.

His experience in conducting a poorly-performing one-note choir that could sin a one-note score could be effected by the early voting turnout of Buckeye voters for better choir performance in the next Congress of the USA.

The one-note, one-song Buckeye conductor could lose an eye.

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TOPIC: Voter Suppression in Ohio