COLUMBUS – “We are extremely disappointed by this decision from the Ohio Ballot Board, which goes against long-standing precedent to broadly interpret single subject. We are reviewing all our options on how to proceed. Today the ballot board chose politics over people and demonstrated why it is necessary for us to go directly to the voters to approve of common sense updates to Ohio’s laws to make voting more secure, fair and accessible. It’s incredibly unfortunate and unsettling that politics may be getting in the way of modernizing Ohio’s elections to ensure that each person’s vote is sacred and counted. Our large, diverse coalition will continue to work toward that goal,” noted Toni Webb, Campaign Manager for Ohioans for Secure and Fair Elections.