From Ghost's link:
Husted made the case that it's "extremely easy" to vote in Ohio and highlighted the 35-day early voting time period, or "790 hours" as he put it, available for voters to cast their ballot. The state has also made it possible, he noted, for every voter to vote by absentee ballot "from the comfort of their own home."
Opponents, he said, don't want an "accountability system," one that "requires some level of personal responsibility to take initiative to get to the polls" or request an absentee ballot.
"To me, it seems pretty easy to vote if you really care about who your president is going to be," he said.
The state GOP echoed his sentiments, saying the provision that passed under the initial law had support from both parties last year.
The libs get their ire up over this? How petty. If someone can't get their vote in within 35 days, maybe they shouldn't be voting.
Maybe Eric Holder can arrange for some Black Panthers to be at the polls, libs seem to be good with that.