Finally found a story that didn't have to do with the debates. It has to do with early voting in Ohio. You may remember a while back when Republicans in the state were attempting to limit the hours that polling places were open for early voting statewide. That decision was challenged in court by the Obama administration, and two judges have now ruled it unconstitutional.
Here's the funny part. Republicans in the state a re complaining that the ruling puts the federal government in control of Ohio early voting practices. That's a lie. In fact, the ruling puts the authority to decide voting hours back into the hands of local governments. See, before the GOP tried to make statewide standards, the decision of how long a polling place remained open was left up to that polling place. So Republicans were trying to overrule local governments to prevent an estimated 93,000 people from voting.