The law being challenged is a new law passed this year which took away three days of early voting that all voters already had. So if that law is struck down, early voting is restored to all, the situation in place before the new legislation. A decision against this new law would not affect early voting for the military at all.
This has nothing to do with military servicemembers.
The Obama Campaign simply wants all Ohio voters to be afforded the same Early Voting window. Being an immediate family member of a service member should not afford you a longer voting window than a US citizen that isn't.
Last edited by Wizard777; 08-05-2012 at 03:24 AM.
There is a reason why this election is so close. It really is a 50-50 split despite the propaganda to the contrary. My 50% does not like the Obama agenda. We think he's a liar and a crook and a radical leftist who wants to fundamentally change America into a welfare state and who in his heart wishes he could be a dictator instead of a President.
That's what we think and that's why my 50% would never vote for him in a gazzillion years. Even some of my gay friends who can't stand Romney have told me that they are going to write in Hillary in protest.
Even Fox News has retracted the story although indirectly.
Come on SalisburyRage, fess up, admit the title of the thread was wrong, especially the part where "lives are in endanger".
My views have NOTHING to do with race. Zero nada. I've been posting on here for 13 yrs and I have never given anyone real reason to think that.
Prejudice and bigotry are in the eye of the beholder in your case.
BTW my ancestors came from East Africa.
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