LaRose rejects election member’s reappointment, places board on state watch


Summit County Republican Party Chairman Bryan Williams

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose is rejecting the reappointment of Summit County Board of Elections member Bryan Williams after discovering issues with the latest election and voter rolls.

Williams is presently serving as GOP chair for the county and was not too long ago interim chair for the state.

In a letter Wednesday to the board of elections, LaRose’s workplace says it could take away different members, in addition to the director and deputy director, if the native company does not make the required modifications to keep away from a collection of errors uncovered in current months.

Extra:After vote from grave, state finds much more election ‘integrity’ points in Summit County

These points embody leaving greater than 700 deceased voter on the rolls within the 2020 presidential election, allegedly eradicating non-incarcerated felons who ought to have been allowed to vote, permitting visitors points to discourage early voting and never informing staff that they will blow the whistle on harassment or violations of Ohio’s voting legal guidelines.



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