Ohio's early voting laws are being challenged by President Obama's re-election campaign.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday seeks to block new state laws aimed at limiting early voting just before the November 6th election.
The new law prohibits early voting on the weekend before the election but allows it for military members and overseas residents up until Monday November 5th.
Democrats say that will limit turnout.
Ohio attorney general Mike Dewine and Ohio secretary of state John Husted are named in the lawsuit.
Dewine says there are plenty of opportunities for Ohioans to cast their ballot before the election.
A U.S. district judge in Columbus heard arguments in the case last week, but has not made a decision yet.