Half of Ohio’s Black Voters Had Problems on Election Day

 The six-month investigation into Ohio voting has published their report: (via Salon, use Free Pass login)

According to the study, half of the state’s African-American voters reported some problems at the polls on Election Day. On average, black voters waited in longer lines than white voters; they were asked to provide identification more often than white voters; they were required to vote on "provisional ballots" more often (and their provisional ballots were counted less often); and they were intimidated at the polls more often than white voters.

 

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