Voter Access Judge Says Blind Ohioans Do Not Have Full Access To Absentee Voting System By Associated Press • May 13, 2016 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. Advocacy Group Sues Elections Chief Over Ballot Access For Blind People By Associated Press • Dec 7, 2015 Several blind voters and an advocacy group for the blind are suing Republican Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted over the accessibility of paper absentee ballots in the swing state. Debate Over How To Handle Absentee Ballots Continues By Ohio Public Radio • Oct 21, 2013 Last year, all Ohio voters got absentee voter applications – whether they requested them or not – as a way to settle a fight over whether counties could send out those forms unsolicited. Bill Would Allow People To Register To Vote Online By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 9, 2013 If you want to register to vote in Ohio, you need to go to your local election board to do that. But there’s a bill in the Ohio legislature that would allow Ohioans to register to vote online.