An Ohio law that cut out three days of early voting was ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge today, according to The Plain Dealer.
Traditionally, voters could go to the polls and vote through the Monday before Election Day. An election reform law that stopped the early voting on Friday essentially eliminated three days of early voting.
Judge Peter C. Economus of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio overruled the law today and restored the three voting days.
Husted said he was reviewing the decision and had nothing to say about it, the Huffington Post reports.