Questions Rep. Clyde on voting concerns

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Regarding State Rep. Kathleen Clyde's response to the Ohio secretary of state: So basically, Ms. Clyde is saying don't worry about the almost 300 "so-called non-citizens" who did, or could have voted. Despite the possibility that they might have voided 300 votes of real citizens.

And the Ohio secretary of state should spend more time "over 47,000 voters" who "had their ballots thrown out." Since 5.63 million Ohioans voted, it sounds like the problem was with the 47,000, not the system.

As to the "over 3 million" who "did not participate," what does she suggest? Maybe a penalty for not voting, similar to not having health insurance?

Dave Vanderneut, Kent

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