More than 48,600 18-year-olds are registered to vote in Ohio, a 35% increase

In Ohio, the upcoming 2024 elections—including the presidential race, U.S. Senate race, and other key contestshave contributed to heightened interest amongst the state’s young voters. Voter registration in Ohio has surged, with more than 48,600 18-year-olds registered as of January 6, 2024. But despite this progress, more than 100,000 18-year-olds remain unregistered. Read this article by the Ohio Capital Journal to learn more about the efforts underway to promote voter engagement and registration initiatives with Ohio’s youth.

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