Rep. Clyde: Secretary Husted Again Reports On Problem He Refuses To Fix
Lawmaker responds with legislative solution for clean and accurate voter rolls
February 27, 2017
 
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State Rep. Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) issued the following statement in response to Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted’s announcement that several dozen non-citizens may have voted in at least one election in the last year:


“This is a sad attempt to bolster the President’s lie about massive voter fraud. Secretary Husted’s own numbers again prove that ineligible people voting is almost nonexistent. My big concern is: why are we always hearing about this problem after an election when we can fix it beforehand? My Automatic Voter Registration bill, Ohio House Bill 14, would eliminate the problem of having any ineligible voters on the rolls— but Secretary Husted refuses to support my bill.


“House Bill 14 would put the experts in charge of making the list of who can vote. We would have cleaner, more accurate voter rolls and greater voting access for all eligible Ohioans. That’s a win-win. Husted should support HB 14 and focus on fixing real problems with Ohio elections.”

 
 
 
  
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