I live on a park bench - honest!

  Well if I lived in Ohio I could list the park bench as my home address. I wonder if this applys to me since I live in Arizona? Can I list the saguaro cactus I sleep near as my home address?


A federal judge rules that homeless voters in Ohio may list park benches and other locations as addresses.


Tuesday, October 28, 2008

A federal judge in Ohio has ruled that counties must allow homeless voters to list park benches and other locations that aren't buildings as their addresses.

U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus also ruled that provisional ballots can't be invalidated because of poll worker errors.

Monday's ruling resolved the final two pieces of a settlement between the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner.

The coalition agreed to drop a constitutional challenge to Ohio's voter identification law until after the Nov. 4 election. In return, Brunner and the coalition agreed on procedures to verify provisional ballots across all Ohio counties.

The coalition was concerned that unequal treatment of provisional ballots would disenfranchise some voters.


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