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“At this point, the whole race thing is over . . . it doesn’t matter anymore. We’ve transcended it. Now we have a black president, so clearly we are not racist,” stated one young woman after the...
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SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT Like many states, Ohio has engineered its laws and practices to protect its two-party system. Ballot access laws make it extremely costly and difficult for minor...
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Mark R. Brown
Oliver Hall — Center for Competitive Democracy
SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT Amici, current and former Ohio elections officials, seek to ensure that Ohio’s voter rolls are as up-to-date and accurate as possible. Ohio’s Supplemental Process is...
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Rachel Bloomekatz — Gupta Wessler PLLC

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