Shelby Holliday has a video and story about her experience at the polls in Columbus yesterday. One of the voters admits to her that he's not from Ohio and as soon as he votes he's getting back on a bus and going home to Chicago.
We've got a major problem in Ohio and our Secretary of State is making sure that the potential for fraud exists. In order to ensure such things can happen without challenge, she told Boards of Elections that they did not have to allow observers in to watch the early voting. Many counties made the decision to do so anyway, like here in Lucas County, but not all of them have.
The scarier part is that this is the same location where a Republican poll observer was turned away.
Shelby documents just one example from her time at one polling location in one city. Is this happening all over the state? And what are we going to do about it?