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Pennsylvania Counties Have 800,000 Ineligible Voters on Voter Registration Lists, Lawsuit Claims

From FOX News:

The legitimacy of more than 800,000 names on the voting rolls in three Pennsylvania counties is being questioned in a lawsuit by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, but the left-wing group Pennsylvania Common Cause has motioned to dismiss Judicial Watch’s claims, saying these voters aren’t ineligible, they are just inactive.

Ineligible voters are people who have died or who have moved and are living in another county and/or state.  A registered voter also gets classified as inactive after not voting in two federal elections and after not replying to a voter response card to verify their address. Inactive voters can still vote, but must have a signed affidavit to vote should they want to head back to the polls.

Judicial Watch’s president, Tom Fitton, told Fox News that he believes this process is not being done in Bucks, Chester and Delaware counties.

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