Updated: Aug 9, 2012 12:35 PM
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio voters will now be able to update their addresses online.
Secretary of State John Husted said Thursday that the move should help voters meet the requirement of being registered at their current address 30 days before an election.
He said it will also save tax dollars by reducing the workload at county elections offices and improve the security of voter rolls, leaving less room for fraud.
Voters can update their information at
The next major election in Ohio is Nov. 6, when voters will cast ballots in one of the country's most contested U.S. Senate races and help choose the president.
No Republican has ever taken the White House without winning Ohio, and only two Democrats have done so in more than a century.
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