This op-ed is written by Trey Grayson, and originally ran in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Election integrity is dominating American political debates, but it can sometimes seem impossible to cut through the fiery rhetoric from Republicans and Democrats.
One approach is to seek common-sense election reforms that aren’t pro-Democrat or pro-Republican, but pro-voter. That means not hassling lawful voters with unnecessary paperwork or bureaucracy, yet still guaranteeing their votes will be counted accurately. Earlier this year, Kentucky passed a pro-voter reform bill that is receiving national acclaim for its content and near-unanimous bipartisan support. Ohio has a chance to do the same with its Ohio Election Security and Modernization Act (House Bill 294), currently being considered by the Ohio House of Representatives.