Join us for an evening where we learn about how important voting rights are to the health of our democracy. Topics will include voter registration, voter suppression, gerrymandering, election administration, and more.

Confirmed speakers include Kathleen Clyde, who has been a strong advocate for voting rights in Ohio. Dan Tokaji, an OSU law professor, will update us on the political gerrymandering case pending in the US Supreme Court. Prof. Tokaji has written extensively on election law issues and been involved in election law litigation.

We’ll have time for Q&A, so bring your questions about voting!   You are invited to stay for refreshments and conversation after the formal event has concluded.

More details and RSVP at

September 19,  6 PM – 8 PM
North Congregational UCC
2040 Henderson Rd, Columbus, Ohio 43220

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