Due to COVID-19, the Ohio governor's office issued a decision on March 16th that the polls would be closed on March 17th and voting suspended until June 2nd. To my knowledge, this was despite a Franklin County judge's refusal to allow the suspension. The Supreme Court of Ohio then refused to hear a case challenging the governor's decision.
Had I been able to vote today, the ballot would have included local issues. In my opinion, the polls should not have been closed to local-level issues due to a state-level decision. Does this give me any grounds to bring a lawsuit against my city?