6/27: The U.S. Election Assistance Commission reported that over 17 million voters were removed from rolls between 2016 and 2018.
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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.
5/27: Texas Secretary of State David Whitley resigned amid accusations that his office’s attempted voter roll purge incorrectly questioned 100,000 Texans’ citizenship status.
4/24: After another recount debacle in the 2018 midterms the Florida legislature is looking to pass laws that would allow for accurate counts and maintained voter rolls.
4/23: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton refused to turn over documents to a Congressional committee investigating how the state maintains voter rolls.
4/18: The Florida legislature is looking at two bills that would help the state purge noncitzen voters from their voter rolls.
4/11: Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill slowing Georgia’s “Use It or Lose It” law, which purges inactive voters.