Voters purged from rolls will have new chance at registering

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CLEVELAND (AP) - Secretary of State Frank LaRose says he is reaching out to Ohioans who were recently purged from Ohio's voting rolls. A spokesperson for LaRose said Monday that he will reach out to an estimated 267,000 Ohioans who were removed in January after not responding to a "last ... …

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