Browsing: voter roll accuracy
7/13: States are fighting the drive to clean voter rolls, which leave American elections open to voter fraud.
7/12: Voter rolls throughout the country are rife with inaccuracies and problems that need to be cleared up before the next presidential election.
7/11: Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) reports that California has automatically registered nearly one million people who are ineligible to vote in America.
6/27: The U.S. Election Assistance Commission reported that over 17 million voters were removed from rolls between 2016 and 2018.
6/5: Texas has said it won’t disclose the names of the 100,000 people who were subjected to a voter roll review because the names may still be part of a criminal investigation.
6/3: In spite of election integrity fears, Democratic legislators in Wisconsin are attempting to remove proof-of-residency requirements for voters.
5/28: The Connecticut state legislature is considering New Milford Republican Bill Buckbee’s proposal that the state use blockchain technology to gather and maintain voter data.
5/27: Texas Secretary of State David Whitley resigned amid accusations that his office’s attempted voter roll purge incorrectly questioned 100,000 Texans’ citizenship status.