From the PBSNewsHour
State Sen. Nina Turner said she thinks recent efforts to change the requirements for voting in her home state of Ohio and other battlegrounds are a partisan effort to disenfranchise voters.
"I really think that this is...about the reelection of President Barack Obama," Turner, a Democrat, said in a recent interview with NewsHour senior correspondent Ray Suarez. "In those urban areas where voters came out overwhelmingly for Barack Obama, this is the Republican effort to try to steal the vote."
No Republican has won the White House in recent history without capturing Ohio. There are 18 Electoral College votes at stake there on Nov. 6. Read on and watch video at PBS Newshour...