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Brouse McDowell Attorneys Volunteer at the Polls on Election Day

November 3, 2020

Several Brouse McDowell attorneys signed up to work the election to help ensure that Ohio had enough poll workers to carry out a safe, secure, and fair election. In July, The Ohio Supreme Court announced that attorneys could receive CLE credit for volunteering.

In an Akron Legal News article “Ohio attorneys to man the polls in exchange for CLE credit” dated September 25, 2020, Brouse attorney Hanne-Lore Gambrell commented, “I’ve always wanted to serve as a poll worker and I never had the opportunity to do so. This is a great opportunity to do so since I can get CLE credit and help out in the community at the same time. As a child, I used to go to the polls with my mom and everyone there was very nice. They would give us donuts and make it a positive experience. I’m looking forward to doing the same thing so I can inspire another child to want to participate in the voting process. I believe attorneys have an obligation to perform public service whenever possible and I am excited to do my part.”

Click here to read the Akron Legal News article.

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