Our voting system is so wrong. Anybody can come in register and vote. Illegals walk in, give an electric bill for address, vote. The liberals want this kind of voting. So, so wrong!
Last year GAI research director Eric Eggers reveals in his new book that nearly 250 counties across the United States have more registered voters on the voting rolls than the number of eligible, citizen voters.
But this year Judicial Watch came back with more information and are ready to file lawsuits.
In 378 U.S. counties, voter registration rates exceed 100% of the adult population, meaning there are more voter registrations on file than the total voting-age population, according to a new analysis by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.
Based on data the federal Electoral Assistance Commission released last year, the new analysis indicates that a minimum of 2.5 million voter registrations is wrongly listed as valid. It suggests a widespread lack of compliance with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), which requires states to remove people who have died, moved, or are otherwise ineligible to vote from the rolls. While having excess registrations isn’t proof of voter fraud, voter integrity advocates note that it does create opportunities for deception, such as allowing people to vote twice in different precincts or submit invalid absentee ballots.
Judicial Watch announced it is continuing its efforts to force states and counties across the nation to comply with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), by sending notice-of-violation letters to 19 large counties in five states that it intends to sue unless the jurisdictions take steps to comply with the law and remove ineligible voter registrations within 90 days. Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires jurisdictions to take reasonable efforts to remove ineligible registrations from its rolls.
.@JudicialWatch warned Fairfax County and Virginia officials in December of dirty voting rolls — we documented that the county had 105% of the eligible voting population on its rolls! https://t.co/QITwpCcX6T https://t.co/zT44xDQWIa
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) February 24, 2020
Did they do anything about it?
Well, one state was forced to take a few steps in cleaning its rolls:
A Judicial Watch lawsuit forced the state of California to begin removing more than 1.5 million potentially invalid names off their voter rolls. But there is more work to be done.
A Judicial Watch lawsuit forced the state of California to begin removing more than 1.5 million potentially invalid names off their voter rolls. But there is more work to be done. Sign HERE: https://t.co/kHWMzbh12m pic.twitter.com/W92ZByOfTI
— Judicial Watch 🔎 (@JudicialWatch) February 24, 2020
Still, let’s hope that the rest of the states will follow this example and remove invalid voter from the voter rolls.
Here is the list:
Judicial Watch found major voting list issues in California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado. The following counties have excessive registration rates or have failed to cancel sufficient numbers of ineligible registrations:
San Diego County
San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
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Natalie D. is an American conservative writer who writes for Supreme Insider and Conservative US, ! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to “stir up the pot,” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do,” drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a “constitutional conservative”.