Ohio election officials fear confusion, anger to crush voter turnout Tuesday

Mahoning Valley election officials have lowered their already low turnout expectations for Tuesday’s primary. Turnout will be poor because of voter confusion and anger over two primaries and a dislike for the election process, they said. State legislative and state central committee races are not on Tuesday’s ballot because the Ohio Supreme Court has rejected four sets of state House and Senate districts maps, citing gerrymandering that unfairly favors Republicans. As a result, a lot of confusion surrounds Tuesday’s election. David Skolnick, The Vindicator.

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