After heavy criticism, Ohio's Secretary of State has ordered all 88 counties in the state to abide by the same early voting rules and hours.
Before tonight's announcement, the four counties containing the state's major cities – Cleveland, Akron, Toledo, and Columbus – were denied extended hours for early voting. All voted for Barack Obama in 2008. But two other counties were approved for extended early voting, both of which went to John McCain in 2008.
Was this just a bad coincidence, or something more sinister, as Democrats are claiming? OutFront to discuss are John Avlon, senior columnist with Newsweek/The Daily Beast; and CNN contributors Roland Martin and Reihan Salam.