WATCHDOG: 248 Counties Have More Registered Voters Than Live Adults, September 25, 2017 Joshua Paladino
(Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) The Public Interest Legal Foundation—a nonpartisan, nonprofit law firm dedicated to preserving integrity in American elections—has identified 248 counties, spanning across 24 states, with more registered voters than adults eligible to vote.
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PILF has threatened a lawsuit against election officials in these counties if they cannot prove their compliance with election laws. Election officials are required to keep clean voter rolls that account for non-citizen voters, deceased voters, ineligible voters, and voters who have left the county. If this is not accomplished, then the PILF could sue them for violating the National Voter Registration Act.
“During the 2016 Election, 24 states had bloated voter rolls,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said. “Voter fraud begins with corrupted voter rolls. Our nation’s voter rolls have records that cannot be distinguished between living or dead; citizen or alien; resident or relocated.
We hear about possible cyber-attacks, but we aren’t doing enough to fix voter rolls that are certainly corrupt. The voter rolls are so bad in some states that election officials would have a hard time telling the difference between sabotage and negligence.”
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