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Yes. Under section III.08 of the Ohio Constitution: The governor on extraordinary occasions may convene the general assembly by proclamation and shall state in the proclamation the purpose for which such special session is called, and no other business shall be transacted at such special session except that named in the proclamation, or in a subsequent ...


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These amendments were put forward by Janine Boyd. On the website of the Ohio House of Representatives there is a press release in which she elaborates those particular amendments a bit more, writing: Exemption for African-American women, whose history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women and black women after slavery. I am not going ...


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It does everything but count; validates, potentially rejects, and makes the selection machine-readable. It's basically the same step as a teacher would use to grade a test with an answer key overlay; marking which questions were answered right and wrong. This is the step before counting the totals and assigning a grade, which is basically what the tabulator ...


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As an alternative way of explaining to the answer posted by @dandavis, it can simply be thought of as a spreadsheet. Each ballot is read and the votes entered into a row on the spreadsheet. In this way, each mail in ballot is captured, but until a formula is used to calculate the total votes for each candidate/proposal (in Excel parlance, a SUM() statement), ...


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Was Mr Harmon denied the right to vote completely or was he offered a provisional ballot? See Voting Rights and Election Administration in Ohio, Written Testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Elections Field Hearing. Numerous eligible voters across Ohio have been purged from the rolls pursuant to ...


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I've converted and reformatted the 20161216.xlsx spreadsheet cited in Brythan's answer to a more portable CSV format, named 20161216.csv. The reformatting consisted of adding another field, "Election", correcting some typos, (mispellings of Committee, odd spacings), and made some field item synonyms more consistent. These changes enable using Linux utils ...


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Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said: in Ohio we have had 112 elections decided by one vote or tied in the last three years So he's talking about elections in the last three years. At the time that he said this, the most recent election was November 8th, 2016. In a different press release, they publish a link to a full listing of elections with ...


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