Supreme Court allows states to purge ...

Supreme Court allows states to purge voter rolls

Jun 11, 2018 Read more: SFGate
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court made it easier Monday for states to remove occasional voters from the rolls, upholding an Ohio law that drops voters who fail to cast a ballot and do not respond to several notices. In a 5-4 decision, the court's conservative majority agreed with Ohio Republicans who said they sought to "clean up" the voting rolls by purging the names of people who appeared to have moved and left the area. The court said that nationwide, 24 million voter registrations are estimated to be inaccurate or invalid, mostly of people who have moved.

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