March 03, 2005

Database of Columbus Ohio Voter Protection Hotline November 2nd Complaints

The voter protection hotline of which I was a member on November 2nd, hosted by the Ohio Democratic Party, in Columbus, Ohio, maintained a database of complaints registered November 2, 2004. A copy of that list, with the identities and contact information of complainants redacted, is available at

This is distinct from the much larger hotline operated by a consortium of organizations spearheaded by People for the American Way (PFAW), using the number 1-866-OURVOTE, whose database of Ohio incident reports is reported at
, or the hotlines operated by Common Cause, the AFL CIO, NAACP, and others, whose databases are not yet publicly available.

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