GOP voter purges could tip 2020 elections

GOP voter purges could tip 2020 elections

A state Judge in Wisconsin has ruled that the state could proceed with canceling the registrations of 234,000 voters—7 percent of the electorate—who did not respond to a mailing from election officials. Similarly, a Georgia Secretary of State, removed 309,000 voters—4 percent of the electorate. The Republican attempt could tip the scales for the 2020 elections in the two key swing states.

Kathy
Kathy
Biased comment
Biased comment 3 months

It's almost like they think having accurate voting records is a bad thing.

Occam's Chainsaw
Occam's Chainsaw 3 months

The media is already preparing new scapegoats for their next big defeat.

Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 3 months

Easy solution. If you want to vote, take five minutes out of your day and register. Problem solved.

L C
L C 3 months

i find it gross that this is being considered a "loss of right to vote," just register again. nobody is attacking your constitutional right to vote. its a base expectation that you should be required to perform some degree of maintenance to maintain your registration.

porcus
porcus 3 months

Weird how they are claiming that purged voter rolls could tip the results.. almost like saying they knew it was bad before the purges...

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