How Many Provisional Ballots in Ohio?
Just in case, here is an analysis from the Election Law site.
" My own rough estimate at this moment is at least 200,000, but no one knows for sure.
Equally unclear is how the County Boards of Election will go about determining whether those provisional ballots should count. Under the Help America Vote Act of 2002, voters are allowed to cast provisional ballots if they arrive at their polling place and for whatever reason find their names not on the rolls. To receive a provisional ballot, voters must sign an affidavit...
For better or for worse, the State of Ohio has provided very little guidance on both the standard and the process to be followed, in determining whether [voting] eligibility requirements are met. What little guidance does exist is contained in a memorandum that Secretary of State Ken Blackwell issued this past Friday, October 29, 2004. That directive (#2004-48) has already been challenged in a lawsuit filed on Tuesday.
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