ELECTIONS, CIVIL PROCEDURE - (Per curiam.) Relators sought to prevent Ohio's secretary of state from requiring boards of elections to provide optical scan ballots to voters who request them. The court held that relators are not entitled to the requested extraordinary relief in prohibition, because such writs apply only to the exercise of judicial or quasi-judicial power, and the secretary has exercised neither in issuing the ballot directive. Writ denied.
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