Judicial Watch Sues to Clean Up New York Voter Rolls
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The Judicial Watch lawsuit details that New York City’s “own recent data concedes that there were only 22 total” removals under this provision “during a six-year period, in a city of over 5.5 million voters. These are ludicrously small numbers of removals given the sizable populations of these counties.”
Judicial Watch announced that it received 194 pages of records from District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) which show DC officials pushed segregated “Affinity Spaces” on the basis of race and sexual identity.
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Days after an influential open borders group ordered the government to “promptly develop and implement” a policy to protect illegal immigrants involved in labor disputes from deportation, the Biden administration has obliged. This month the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a new measure, drafted in English and Spanish, offering immigration related prosecutorial discretion for undocumented workers involved in labor disputes with their U.S. employers.
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Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against New York election officials, accusing them of failing to remove ineligible voters from the state’s voter rolls.
The watchdog group filed the lawsuit on Wednesday after they claimed that New York election officials have violated the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) by removing just 22 individuals from New York City’s voter rolls in the last six years.