Voters around the state stood in long, socially-distanced lines yesterday on the first day of early voting in Ohio.
More than 2 million absentee ballots began going out in the mail, but in Franklin County, a “significant” number went to the wrong address because of a scanner error.
Meanwhile, the Harmony Project has launched a multi-media get-out-the-vote campaign.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The experts answer your voting questions.
- Tariq Tarey, documentary photographer and director of refugee social services, Jewish Family Services in Columbus
- David Brown, founder and creative director, Harmony Project
- Karla Herron, director, Delaware County Board of Elections
- Jen Miller, executive director, League of Women Voters of Ohio