Tell Your State Rep to Vote ‘No’ on HB 41 and ‘Yes’ on HB 14

Why HB 41 is bad for democracy Currently, Ohio voters only need their social security number for early and absentee voting. HB 41, however, would create barriers to early voting—particularly for women and minorities—by requiring additional identification and limiting the process for those who rely on early voting. This measure would require an additional form of…

Clyde’s Statement On HB 41, Targeted Attack On Ohio’s Early Voters

Mar. 15, 2017—State Rep. Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) issued the following statement after the first hearing on House Bill (HB) 41, a bill that targets Ohio’s in-person early voters with a more difficult ID requirement but leaves mail voters’ ID requirements unchanged: “When a bill like this shows up on the committee schedule, it can look harmless. But…