THE DEMOCRACY MOVEMENT IN Ohio
MAKE AN IMPACT FOR DEMOCRACY
Democracy starts with each of us—and together, we can make a major impact when we speak up for what’s right. We know the ultimate power in a democracy is the people. We are powerful, fearless, ordinary Americans working together to build a democracy that works for us all.
Take action! Join in the democracy work of the organizations below:
- ACLU of Ohio
- Common Cause Ohio
- Fair Districts Ohio
- League of Women Voters of Ohio
- Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates
- Ohio Organizing Collaborative
- Ohio Voter Rights Coalition
FIND OUT HOW, WHERE, AND WHEN TO VOTE IN OHIO
VOLUNTEER AT THE POLLS IN OHIO
LEARN WHERE THE POLITICAL MONEY COMES FROM IN OHIO
LEARN HOW DEMOCRACY REFORMS BECOME LAW IN OHIO
Twenty-six states, including Ohio & DC, allow citizen-led ballot initiatives and have a process for citizens to get measures on the ballot to be voted on to become law. This means that a group of citizens may place a measure on the ballot through gathering signatures, and, in some states, getting legislative approval once the set number of signatures is reached. LEARN MORE!
Ohio DEMOCRACY REFORM AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL IS POSSIBLE TOO!
Learn more about H.R.1, the For the People Act, which passed the U.S. House of Representatives in March 2019.
HOW YOU CAN ADVOCATE FOR SAFE VOTING DURING THE 2020 PANDEMIC
Safe Voting Now is working to make sure no one is disenfranchised by this public health crisis — actively working with state governments and partners to watchdog how any changes will impact voters. Select your state or use the map below to demand Vote-by-Mail in your state!
(Common Cause Ohio) Voting Rights Groups Call On LaRose And Legislature To Protect Ohio Voters In Wake of COVID-19
A coalition of over 65 Ohio voting rights and advocacy groups sent a letter to Secretary of State Frank LaRose, legislative leaders, and all members of the Ohio General Assembly urging them to take immediate action to resolve numerous problems with our elections in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, including expanding early in-person voting and vote by mail, enacting emergency
In 2019, a federal district court struck down Ohio’s congressional map as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander. The case was brought by the ACLU of Ohio, the League of Women Voters of Ohio, and the A. Phillip Randolph Institute.