Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted plans to alert nearly two million people they aren’t registered to vote or that they need to update their voter information.

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A federal judge has rejected the state’s request to delay his ruling that brought back the so-called Golden Week in which new voters could register and vote at the same time.

Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted says he'll appeal a federal judge's Tuesday ruling blocking rules for how thousands of absentee and provisional ballots are counted.

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Republican Ohio Attorney General and former U.S. Senator Mike DeWine has confirmed what political prognosticators have reported for months: he's running for governor.

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Ohio officials are appealing a ruling by a federal judge that a law trimming early voting in the state is unconstitutional and can't be enforced.  

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Ohioans will soon be allowed to register to vote online. But some lawmakers are still skeptical.

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The Ohio Attorney General's office says the state will appeal a judge's ruling that a law trimming early voting is unconstitutional.

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A federal district judge has delivered a legal victory to Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and a voter sued by Libertarians for their roles in disqualifying the party's gubernatorial candidate from the fall 2014 ballot. 

New data from the Ohio Secretary of State's office shows more than three times as many Democrats cast Republican ballots in the March primary, as compared with the number of GOP voters who marked Democratic ballots.

A federal district judge has ruled blind Ohio residents have been denied "meaningful access" to the absentee voting system, but implementing changes would fundamentally alter the entire system.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign is dismissing its federal complaint against Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted over a policy related to the state's youngest primary voters.

Ohio Right To Life's Krider Joins Husted's Office

Mar 18, 2016
Statehouse News Bureau

The leader of one of Ohio's most influential lobby groups has been named to a position in the Secretary of State's office. 

An Ohio judge has granted a request to let 17-year-olds vote in the state's presidential primary. Ohio allows 17-year-olds who will be 18 before the fall election to vote in a primary, but with some limits. 

A group of 17-year-olds backed by Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has filed a lawsuit against Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, claiming they should be allowed to vote to nominate a presidential candidate as they would in other races.

Ohio’s primary is next Tuesday, and both parties are targeting voters here.

Ohio's Secretary of State has approved placing before lawmakers a plan to lower the price of prescription drugs purchased by the state.

Ohio's Republican Secretary of State may soon render a controversial decision on a proposal to cap the price the state pays for drugs for Medicaid, prisons and other programs.

Ohio's elections chief is ordering new procedures for mailed absentee ballots after some weren't counted last year because of missing postmarks. 

Backers of an effort aimed at controlling prescription drug prices purchased by state agencies are suing Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted over their petition signatures. 

The group behind the marijuana legalization amendment voters rejected earlier this month has been given permission to proceed with a related proposal. 

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