Received in the mail recently a copy of the publication “Verdict” written by the conservative nonpartisan American educational foundation that defines itself as an organization that …
Received in the mail recently a copy of the publication “Verdict” written by the conservative nonpartisan American educational foundation that defines itself as an organization that “promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.”
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton noted that “once again Judicial Watch is leading the charge for clean voter rolls and election integrity.”
He added, “This is just the beginning of another sweep. In federal court if necessary, to clean voter rolls throughout the country.”
The lead article in the February 2022 publication said that “Judicial Watch sent letters to election officials in 14 counties and five states, Arkansas, California, Illinois, New York and Oregon--notifying them of evident violations of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993.
According to the Verdict publication the letters, “detail how these states’ own reported data shows that their counties removed an absurdly low or impossible number of inactive voter registrations under key provisions of the NVRA.”
The letters, “threaten federal lawsuits unless the violations are corrected in a timely fashion.”
The News Publication from Judicial Watch also stated that “the NVRA requires states to conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove from the official voter rolls the names of ineligible voters who have died or changed residence.”
The Judicial Watch publication also noted that, “the data shows that many U.S. counties reported mere handfuls of removals…and often no removals.”
In October 2020, Judicial Watch released a study that found 353 counties nationwide had more voter registrations than citizens old enough to vote.
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