Another victory for democracy!
On Wednesday, a federal judge said he'd issue a permanent injunction against provisions in that state's new election law that restricted third-party voter registration drives.
Then today, a federal judge in Ohio issued a preliminary injunction in the case involving state law that cuts off early voting on the Friday evening before a Tuesday election, except for military personnel and Ohio voters living overseas.
U.S. District Judge Peter Economus concluded that the law was unconstitutional in changing the in-person early voting deadline and that the state was wrongly valuing certain votes above others.
Attorney General Mike DeWine quickly announced he would appeal the decision.
Voter suppression is a very important issue for Ed and he will dive into today's decision tonight at 8pET on MSNBC with state Sen. Nina Turner (D-OH).