Ohio stu­dents say they nev­er received mail-in bal­lot ahead of elec­tion

Ohio students say they never received mail-in ballot ahead of election

Ohio stu­dent vot­ers, who are set to vote on the pro­tec­tion of access to abor­tion ser­vices in the state and the legal­iza­tion of mar­i­jua­na Tues­day, are report­ing they nev­er received a mail-in bal­lot.
“We’re get­ting a large num­ber of com­plaints that are real­ly kind of cen­tered around younger peo­ple on col­lege cam­pus­es that are not receiv­ing their mail bal­lots,” Nazek Hapasha with the League of Women Vot­ers of Ohio told the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er.
“While we don’t know the exact ori­gin of the issue, we do know that in all of the instances that we’re track­ing, the board of elec­tions has received the request and sent the bal­lot,” Hapasha added.
Hapasha said while mail delays can be blamed part­ly for the prob­lem, there is an addi­tion­al con­cern, specif­i­cal­ly on col­lege cam­pus­es, of a “mid­dle­man” …