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This is a very short diary.  Voter registration in Ohio for November 8's election on Tuesday October 12, 2011.

If you live in Ohio and are not registered, we need your vote to help overturn SB5, the public employee union busting law rammed through the Ohio legislature this year by Radical Republicans.  A no vote on Issue 2 will be a vote to overturn this massive overreach by the RadReps who hold the majority, along with their radical Republican governor, John Kasich.

Below the fold, I will put more information.

In Franklin County (Columbus), Ohio:

Registration forms for Franklin County voters are available online at, and at the following locations:

Franklin County Treasurer’s office

Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices

Ohio Secretary of State office

Public high schools and vocational schools

Public libraries

Designated agencies including colleges and universities providing public assistance and disability programs

If you don't live in Franklin County, Click here.  This is good in Central Ohio, if your county BOE is not on this list, please look it up and put a link in the comments below.

Let's work to end Radical Republicanism in Ohio.  Vote No on Issue 2 to overturn SB5.

Originally posted to Ohiodem1 on Mon Oct 10, 2011 at 05:43 PM PDT.

Also republished by KasichWatch.

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