Husted Gets Failing Grades From Voting Rights Group

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Members of the Ohio Unity Coalition meet with reporters on Monday to announce "failing grades" for Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted for his actions related to the November election.(Photo: Jo Ingles, Ohio Public Radio)
Members of the Ohio Unity Coalition meet with reporters on Monday to announce "failing grades" for Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted for his actions related to the November election.(Photo: Jo Ingles, Ohio Public Radio)

Ohio’s top elections official Jon Husted is getting failing marks from a group that says it is representing the rights of Ohio voters.

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  • Nathan Hale

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