The 2012 presidential election was marked with widespread concerns about voter fraud by candidates on the right and vote suppression by those on the left, which an analysis by this newspaper found didn't materialize.
An investigation into voter fraud in 2013 found "voter fraud does exist, but it is not an epidemic," in the words of Husted at the time.
Last month, Husted announced he is working with other states to clean up voter rolls by, among other things, removing voters who have died or moved out of the state.
“Despite what they heard from candidates, voters can be assured we are going to run a good election and we are going to have confidence in that process,” Husted spokesman Matt McClellan said on Tuesday. “Voters should have confidence in the process, so they can focus on the candidates and not the election.”