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LWV League of Women Voters of Ohio
Ohio State Government November 7, 2006 Election
Smart Voter

Greg Hartmann
Answers Questions

Candidate for
Secretary of State; State of Ohio


The questions were prepared by the League of Women Voters of Ohio and asked of all candidates for this office.
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Questions & Answers

1. How will you ensure that election administration in Ohio is fair, honest, and impartial? How are you going to ensure that all eligible voters who want to vote in Ohio can vote? (150 word limit)

I vow to serve the voters of Ohio first and foremost. Second, I pledge to work closely with each board of elections so that the needs and concerns of every country are heard and answered in Columbus. Where Election Law in unclear, I will issue directives to help clear up the confusion. Third, I promise to serve as a neutral Chief Elections Officer.

My top priority as Chief Elections Officer will be to protect and preserve the integrity of Ohio's election system. This will include being vigilant against voter fraud, and taking all steps necessary to ensure that every eligible voter is encouraged and permitted to vote. That's why I support the recently passed legal protections aimed at stopping individuals and groups from corrupting Ohio elections with false voter registrations, fraudulent absentee ballots, and harassment of voters at polling places.

Responses to questions asked of each candidate are reproduced as submitted to the League.  Candidates' statements are presented as submitted. 150 Word limits apply for each question. Direct references to opponents are not permitted.

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