Last week, the Republican-run Ottawa County Board of Elections sent
a mailer to 2,300 voters in three northwestern Ohio precincts informing them
that Election Day was November 8. It is, of course, November 6.
Further, voters were told in the mailer their voting location had been moved to a building on the east side of Danbury High School. Unfortunately, the actual voting location is on the west side of the high school.
These are the sorts of obstacles we face getting Democratic voters to the polls in Ohio, and it's why we have to go all-in to make sure Democratic voter turnout efforts in this must-win swing state are as effective as possible.
To help out, at Daily Kos we've placed the biggest and best Democratic voter turnout efforts in Ohio on a single Act Blue page: President Obama's reelection campaign, Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown's reelection campaign, Democratic U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton's reelecton campaign, and Workers' Voice, the union-backed Democratic voter turnout program in Ohio.
Please contribute $3 to each of these Democratic candidates and voter turnout programs in the all-important swing state of Ohio.
Meteor Blades, Daily Kos
P.S. If you can't make a contribution, or if you would like to do more than just contribute, please sign up with Workers' Voice to make phone calls to help get Democratic voters to the polls.