Ohio League of Women Voters Ballot Board Approves Congressional Redistricting Proposal By Ohio Public Radio • May 31, 2017 Ohio Public Radio The Ohio Ballot Board has certified as a single issue a proposed constitutional amendment that would change the way Ohio draws congressional districts. AG Approves Summary Of Congressional Redistricting Proposal By Associated Press • May 23, 2017 fairdistrictsohio.org The Ohio Attorney General's office has approved the petition summary submitted by the group behind a ballot proposal to change the way the state's congressional districts are drawn. AG Rejects Language In Congressional Redistricting Ballot Proposal By Associated Press • May 5, 2017 fairdistrictsohio.org The Ohio Attorney General's office has rejected the initial summary language for a ballot proposal changing the way congressional districts are drawn. Group Moves To Put Congressional Redistricting Measure On Ohio Ballot By Ohio Public Radio • Apr 28, 2017 fairdistrictsohio.org Two years after voters approved a change in the way state legislative districts are drawn, advocates for congressional redistricting have taken the first step to putting the issue before voters. GOP Lawmakers Trying Again To Pass Voter Photo ID Bill By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Apr 30, 2015 For the third time, conservative Republicans in the Ohio House are proposing legislation requiring voters to show photo ID at the polls. Judge Orders Changes In Early Voting By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Sep 5, 2014 State of Ohio Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted wants the state to appeal a federal district judge's order blocking an Ohio law that trims early voting hours. Compromise Suggested For Early Voting Debate By Ohio Public Radio & Jo Ingles • Aug 21, 2012 Controversy continues over the lack of weekend voting hours planned for this November's election.