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Ohio Judge Rules in Favor of Obama Campaign, Restricting Military Voting

The Obama campaign scored a victory in Ohio Friday when a federal district judge blocked a measure in the swing state that restricted early voting.

The measure, passed by Ohio’s Republican-controlled legislature, ended early in-person voting for most people on the Friday evening before Election Day — a Tuesday — but allowed military and overseas voters to cast ballots until the Monday before the elections, if local election boards approved it.

The Obama campaign and Democrats challenged the measure in court on behalf of Ohio voters, arguing that it disproportionately affected minority and working class residents. The lawsuit said the measure infringed on the fundamental right to vote and violated the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause.



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