Ohio’s Secretary Of State Defends Value of Mail-in Voting
LaRose said mail-in voting won’t increase the voter-fraud risk in Ohio
Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose (R) on Sunday rejected claims President Donald Trump has made that mail-in voting increases the risk for voter fraud.
Trump and other GOP leaders have rebuffed efforts by top Democrats to push for more federal investment in mail-in voting to ease the voting process for Americans amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
LaRose, a veteran state legislator before winning his current office in 2018, was asked by a Dayton Daily News reporter to respond to a Trump tweet on Saturday that asserted, without evidence, that mail-in balloting “substantially increases the risk of crime and VOTER FRAUD!”
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