One week into early voting in Ohio the numbers out of Cuyahoga County show they are already at nearly 93 percent of the absentee ballot requests they saw in 2014 with still three weeks to go before election day.
Early voting started off in Ohio last Wednesday, October 10. Rallies were held outside the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections by Democrats looking to drum up interest. Democrats, though, at this stage of the process, are at 74 percent of their 2014 absentee ballot request level, while Republicans in the county have already equaled their total.
For Republicans, it’s a question of enthusiasm and convenience, said News 5 Political Analyst Dr. Tom Sutton of Baldwin Wallace University.
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