1.2 million inactive voters removed from Los Angeles voter rolls, more than half haven’t voted in 10 years
From The Blaze:
Over 1 million inactive voters have been removed from the voter rolls in Los Angeles County, California, stemming from a lawsuit filed in 2017.
In an effort to clean up voter rolls and prevent possible voter fraud, Judicial Watch, a conservative organization that promotes government transparency, sued Los Angeles County on behalf of legally registered voters.
In 2019, a settlement required “Los Angeles County [to send] almost 1.6 million address confirmation notices in 2019 to voters listed as ‘inactive’ on its voter rolls,” which resulted in nearly 1.5 million inactive registered names to be removed from the rolls.
Judicial Watch announced that the number of removals for 2022 stands at 1,207,613 and that over 634,000 of the inactive voters have not voted in at least 10 years.
“This long overdue voter roll clean-up of 1.2 million registrations in Los Angeles County is a historic victory and means California elections are less at risk for fraud,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
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