Vote YES on Issue 1 to keep government out of our personal decisions

We have joined with Ohioans United for Reproductive Rights (OURR) to ensure Ohioans, not the government, have control over our own personal decisions.

This November 7, 2023 we are faced with a critical choice to stand up for our personal autonomy. We firmly believe that personal decisions should be made by individuals and their families, free from intrusive government oversight.

Read the full amendment here

This is about who makes personal decisions for yourself and your family – YOU or the GOVERNMENT. Voting Yes on Issue 1 puts Ohioans back in charge of their families’ personal medical decisions and stops government from making these decisions for us.

Our dedicated team at Ohio Citizen Action is working to inform voters and get out the vote for the November election.

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Important Dates

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October 11: Early, in-person voting begins!

October 31, 8:30 pm: Deadline for applications by mail for an Vote-by-Mail/Absentee ballot to be mailed

November 5: Voting in-person at the Board of Elections ends at 5:00 pm

November 6: All Vote-by-Mail/Absentee ballots mailed anywhere in the U.S. must be postmarked on or before this date and received at the Board of Elections on or before Nov 11 in order to be counted

November 7, 6:30 am – 7:30 pm : Election Day

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