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June 1, 2020 Legislative Report Prepared by: Aaron Ockerman Bill Information HB49 VOTING ID-HANDGUN LICENSE (GREENSPAN D)To specify that a concealed handgun license qualifies as photo identification for voting purposes.CURRENT STATUS 11/20/2019 - REPORTED OUT, House State and Local Government, (Fourth Hearing)POSITION AmendHB49 Bill Page HB76 BALLOT LANGUAGE UNIFORMITY (MERRIN D)To enact the "Ballot Uniformity and Transparency Act" to modify the form of election notices and ballot language for property tax levies.CURRENT STATUS 1/22/2020 - Senate General Government and Agency Review , (Fourth Hearing)POSITION NeutralHB76 Bill Page HB92 VOTE ON COUNTY SALES TAX (ANTANI N, SMITH J)To require voter approval of any increase in the rate of a county sales tax.CURRENT STATUS 3/13/2019 - House State and Local Government, (First Hearing)POSITION UndeterminedHB92 Bill Page HB101 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES (CERA J)To require presidential primary elections to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May.CURRENT STATUS 3/5/2019 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentPOSITION SupportHB101 Bill Page HB166 OPERATING BUDGET (OELSLAGER S)To make operating appropriations for the biennium beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2021, and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of state programs.CURRENT STATUS 7/18/2019 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR; Eff. ImmediatelyPOSITION MonitorHB166 Bill Page HB187 TAX ISSUES-AUGUST (MERRIN D, WIGGAM S)To prohibit local tax-related proposals from appearing on an August special election ballot.CURRENT STATUS 4/10/2019 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentPOSITION UndeterminedHB187 Bill Page HB197 OMNIBUS MEASURES ON CORONAVIRUS (POWELL J, MERRIN D)To continue essential operations of state government and maintain the continuity of the state tax code in response to the declared pandemic and global health emergency related to COVID-19, to make appropriations, and to declare an emergency.CURRENT STATUS 3/27/2020 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR; eff. 3/27/20HB197 Bill Page HB204 PAPER BALLOTS-VOTING MACHINES (GALONSKI T)To require new voting systems to use paper ballots.CURRENT STATUS 5/22/2019 - House State and Local Government, (First Hearing)POSITION UndeterminedHB204 Bill Page HB220 GOVERNMENT BLOCKCHAIN USE (CARFAGNA R)To allow a governmental entity to utilize distributed ledger technology, including blockchain technology.CURRENT STATUS 6/12/2019 - REPORTED OUT AS AMENDED, House Commerce and Labor, (Third Hearing)HB220 Bill Page HB331 CAMPAIGN TREASURER STATEMENT APPOINTMENT (LANG G)To require an entity to include with the form to be filed with the Secretary of State when appointing a campaign treasurer a notarized signature of that treasurer acknowledging the appointment and to amend the version of section 3517.10 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2021, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that effective date.CURRENT STATUS 2/26/2020 - House State and Local Government, (First Hearing)HB331 Bill Page HB395 PREPAID POSTAGE - ABSENTEE BALLOTS (GALONSKI T)To require the Secretary of State to prepay postage for the return of completed absent voter's ballots.CURRENT STATUS 11/12/2019 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHB395 Bill Page HB398 GENERAL ELECTIONS - LEGAL HOLIDAY (CRAWLEY E, SWEENEY B)To establish the day of each general election as a legal holiday for which government employees receive paid leave.CURRENT STATUS 11/12/2019 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHB398 Bill Page HB429 ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY PROGRAM (LARE J, ABRAMS C)To make changes to the Address Confidentiality Program administered by the Secretary of State.CURRENT STATUS 6/2/2020 - House Civil Justice, (Third Hearing)HB429 Bill Page HB460 PARTY DESIGNATION - JUDICIAL CANDIDATES (HAMBLEY S, SKINDELL M)To allow a partisan judicial candidate to appear on the general election ballot with a political party designation.CURRENT STATUS 1/28/2020 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHB460 Bill Page HB466 AUTOMATED VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEM (SWEENEY B)To create an automated voter registration system.CURRENT STATUS 1/28/2020 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHB466 Bill Page HB540 VOTER REGISTRATION, VERIFICATION SYSTEM (MANNING G)To create an automated voter registration and verification system.CURRENT STATUS 3/11/2020 - House State and Local Government, (First Hearing)HB540 Bill Page HB560 VOTER REGISTRATION, ELECTIONS (LEPORE-HAGAN M, LISTON B)To modify the law governing voter registration and the method of conducting elections.CURRENT STATUS 5/5/2020 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHB560 Bill Page HB680 MAIL VOTING-HEALTH EMERGENCY (ABRAMS C)To create a procedure to conduct an election entirely by mail in the case of a public health emergency, to modify certain deadlines for absent voting, and to direct the Secretary of State's use of federal CARES Act funds.CURRENT STATUS 6/3/2020 - House State and Local Government, (Third Hearing)HB680 Bill Page HB687 CHANGE ELECTION LAWS (HICKS-HUDSON P, SWEENEY B)To make changes to the Election Law.CURRENT STATUS 6/1/2020 - IntroducedHB687 Bill Page HJR1 INITIATIVE PETITION SIGNATURE REQUIREMENTS (KOEHLER K)Proposing to amend Sections 1a and 1g of Article II of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to modify certain signature requirements for a proposed constitutional amendment by initiative petition.CURRENT STATUS 6/30/2019 - Referred to Committee House Civil JusticeHJR1 Bill Page HJR3 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT - VOTER REGISTRATION (GALONSKI T)Proposing to amend Section 1 of Article V of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to permit an elector to register to vote on Election Day and vote in that election.CURRENT STATUS 5/27/2020 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentHJR3 Bill Page SB15 JURY SOURCE LIST-INCLUDE BMV NAMES (THOMAS C)To require the names submitted by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to the commissioners of jurors to be included on the annual jury source list compiled by the commissioners.CURRENT STATUS3/19/2019 - Senate Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs, (First Hearing)POSITION NeutralSB15 Bill Page SB22 REDUCE MINIMUM PRECINCT ELECTION OFFICIALS (UECKER J)To reduce the minimum number of precinct election officials in a multi-precinct polling location in which electronic pollbooks are used.CURRENT STATUS 5/22/2019 - House State and Local Government, (Third Hearing)POSITION SupportSB22 Bill Page SB42 UNCONTESTED RACES (DOLAN M)To require uncontested races to appear at the end of an election ballot.CURRENT STATUS 3/12/2019 - Senate Government Oversight and Reform, (First Hearing)POSITION MonitorSB42 Bill Page SB52 CIVILIAN CYBER SECURITY RESERVE FORCES (GAVARONE T)To create the civilian cyber security reserve forces, to make the Secretary of State a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council, to require the Secretary of State to appoint a chief information security officer, to require the boards of elections to audit election results, and to make an appropriation.CURRENT STATUS 10/25/2019 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR; eff. 90 daysPOSITION SupportSB52 Bill Page SB107 FILE CAMPAIGN FINANCE STATEMENTS ELECTRONICALLY (RULLI M)To allow certain entities to file campaign finance statements electronically and to require the Secretary of State to make the information in those electronic statements available online.CURRENT STATUS 7/18/2019 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR; Eff. various datesPOSITION SupportSB107 Bill Page SB186 VOTER REGISTRATION (MANNING N, SYKES V)To create a voter verification and registration system, to modify the requirements for the administration of the statewide voter registration database, and to allow electors to register as affiliated with a political party.CURRENT STATUS 2/25/2020 - Senate Government Oversight and Reform, (Second Hearing)SB186 Bill Page SB191 REQUEST ABSENTEE BALLOT ONLINE (GAVARONE T)To authorize the Secretary of State to establish a secure online process for applying to vote by absent voter's ballots.CURRENT STATUS 2/25/2020 - Senate Government Oversight and Reform, (Third Hearing)SB191 Bill Page SB194 VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (RULLI M)To rename the Board of Voting Machine Examiners as the Board of Voting Equipment Examiners, to require the Board to approve voter registration systems for use in Ohio, and to require a board of elections to decide a protest against a candidate filing within ten days.CURRENT STATUS 5/5/2020 - Referred to Committee House State and Local GovernmentSB194 Bill Page SB233 PRIMARY CANDIDATE-FILL BALLOT VACANCY (MANNING N)To allow a primary candidate to become a candidate at the general election by being appointed to fill a ballot vacancy.CURRENT STATUS 12/11/2019 - Senate Government Oversight and Reform, (Third Hearing)SB233 Bill PageactionTRACK - Hannah News Service, Inc.