Election Day During A Pandemic
A record-shattering 3.4 million of Ohio’s nearly 8.1 million registered voters cast their ballots this year before Election Day.
As polls open on the final day of voting, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose predicts total voter turnout could be as high as 75%.
In Franklin County, poll workers have shited to paper voter logs after an issue with the electronic voter logs. The county will use the paper logs throughout the day.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we look at the process of Election Day in an election year like no other.
- Matthew Rand, producer, All Sides with Ann Fisher
- Jen Miller, executive director, Ohio League of Women’s Voters
- Paul Beck, academy professor of political science, Ohio State University
- Alan C. Miller, founder and CEO, News Literacy Project
- WOSU's Ohio Voting Guide: How To Vote In The 2020 Election
- WOSU's Ohio Voting Guide: What To Know About The 2020 Election
- Franklin County Board of Elections
- Ohio Secretary of State website
- League of Women Voters
- Columbia Journalim Review: At Voters’ Service
- Ohio State Bar Association: Exercising Your Right to Vote on Election Day
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