Cincinnati district sued after school takes high school students to vote

Oct. 20, 2010
Lawyer says students were given election pamphlets that favored Democrats

From The Cincinnati Enquirer: A lawyer has sued the Cincinnati school district, contending that Hughes High students were sent to vote during school hours and were handed a sample ballot that listed only Democratic Party candidates. An attorney for the school system admits that students were taken on school time in donated church vans to vote last week and were given sample ballots listing only Democrats. But the ballots weren't handed out by a school employee, the lawyer says.

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