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Ohio's Elections Officials Oppose August Special Election

They are against the 60 percent voter approval amendment

Ohio's bipartisan group of elections officials has voted to formally oppose a bill to allow an August special election to vote on a constitutional amendment that will make it harder to amend the constitution in the future.

That August vote would come three months before an reproductive rights amendment is expected to be on the ballot.

Boards of elections statewide would need to find hundreds of poll workers and polling locations for an unexpected August 8 special election, said Frankie DiCarlantonio, a trustee of the Ohio Association of Elections Officials (OAEO) and a board of elections member in Jefferson County.

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