Our friends at the League of Women Voters of Ohio are asking voters to join in and tell when they want to vote! Let us know by clicking here!
Today, the League of Women Voters of Ohio (LWVO) launched a new project, “I Want to Vote”, to invite Ohioans to have a voice in future policy decisions about when county Board of Elections offices should be open for early in-person voting.
“There has been a lot of discussion in recent years among election officials, legislators, and other policy-makers about how much time Ohio should have for early voting. Yet, no one has ever asked the voters what they want,” said Carrie Davis, Executive Director of LWVO.
“In light of recent events,” Davis continued, “this debate is likely to continue, and it is time for voters to have their say. That is why the League of Women Voters of Ohio is launching the ‘I Want to Vote’ survey.”
The “I Want to Vote” survey asks Ohio voters when they want to be able to vote. The survey will run through Friday, November 7, 2014, and the results will be announced after the election.
Ohio voters can have their say by going to http://bit.ly/iwanttovoteohio and are encouraged to share with their friends by posting their preference on social media using the #iwanttovote hashtag.