Why Doesn’t Ohio Secretary Of State Jon Husted Want Equal Access For Early Voting?

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Ohio – trying not to make your vote count

This past Friday website ThinkProgress posted an article that noted that some Ohio counties had set different hours where one could vote during the state’s early voting period. The curious thing is that counties that are heavily Democratic will have shorter hours than Republican counties. When Democrats and the ACLU complained, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted refused to intervene to fix it but he did intervene to set up the inequality. Why doesn’t Jon Husted want equal access to early voting?
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Papa John Schnatter Too Cheap To Provide Affordable Health Care For His Workers

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image of 'Papa' John SchnatterThe founder and CEO of Papa John’s Pizza, John Schnatter said during a shareholders conference call last week that if the Affordable Care Act wasn’t repealed it would add up to 14 cents onto the cost of a pizza. It’s good too know that Papa John thinks 14 cents is far more important than affordable health care for his minimum wage workers.
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Mitt Romney: Serial Unrepentant Flip-Flopper

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image of Mitt Romney: Serial Flip-FlopperThe Democratic National Committee put out a video in November 2011 that pretty much shows all the flip-flops by Mitt Romney up to that point. Context has nothing to do with it. One time he says one thing then you turn around and he says something else. It makes Romney no better than a used car salesman.
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Redistricting Reform Amendment Certified For Ohio Ballot

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image of Voter's First logoOn Monday August 6th, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted certified a constitutional amendment for the Nov. 6 ballot that would reform the way congressional districts are drawn after each census in Ohio. It would restore democracy in one important part of our political system by taking the redistricting out of the hands of the people it benefits – the politicians. If voters are tired of the partisanship of our current system then they should pass the amendment on election day.
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If You Support LGBTs Then Don’t Spend Money That Will Be Used To Hurt Them

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image of Eat more chikin and hate gays There has been a lot of ink and electrons spent about the controversy over Chick-fil-A and its CEO supporting anti-gay groups and causes. I’ve known for a couple of years that Chick-fil-A was not a friend of the LGBT community and have chosen not to spend my money at any of their stores. There has been the typical conservative backlash. My feeling is if you support LGBTs then don’t spend money that will be used to hurt them.
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