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A Second Shoe Drops in Ohio

Now there are two federal court rulings in Ohio declaring the state's law allowing party reps to challenge voter eligibility at the polls unconstitutional, as a judge in Akron echoed a Cincinnati judge's ruling late last night. GOPers are still trying to get a federal appeals court to intervene and overturn the rulings, but now they won't have the excuse of divergent decisions at the district court level. For once, maybe the good guys will be able to run out the clock.