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2020 election records requests put a strain on election officials

Brian Sleeth, the director of elections in Warren County, looking through a folder containing printouts of one of the public records requests he’s received for huge numbers of documents from the 2020 election.
Karen Kasler
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Ohio Public Radio
Brian Sleeth, the director of elections in Warren County, looking through a folder containing printouts of one of the public records requests he’s received for huge numbers of documents from the 2020 election.

With the midterms less than two months away, it's crunch time for elections officials but some are still dealing with the fallout from the 2020 presidential election.

Officials in Ohio and across the country are dealing with an influx of public records requests, seeking massive amounts of information about the 2020 election and placing further strain on the elections workforce.

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