Democrats Introduce Motor Voter Study Committee Legislation
Legislators Seek Urgent Action to Fix Repeated Mishandling by BMV and SOS of Voter Registrations
 
 

COLUMBUS- State Senator Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) and State Representative Kathleen Clyde (D- Kent) will hold a press conference TODAY, May 2 at 1:00PM to lay out recent failures by the Ohio BMV and Ohio Secretary of State to comply with federal and state motor voter laws and to introduce legislation. 


 WHO: Senator Nina Turner, Representative Kathleen Clyde, Peg Rosenfield of the League of Women Voters


 WHAT: Press Conference on BMV and Secretary of State’s failure to follow federal and state motor voter laws and introduction of legislation


WHERE: Statehouse Room 121

WHEN:
TODAY, May 2 at 1:00PM

 
 
 
  
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