Indiana, West Virginia Lead Country in Correcting Voter Rolls
APRIL 19, 2017
Two states have taken big steps to eliminate voter registrations for tens of thousands of inactive and fraudulent voters with campaigns that have dumped over 500,000 names from the rolls.
But most states still have voter rolls fattened with millions of ineligible names and are not taking steps to true their voter records.
This week two states, West Virginia and Indiana, have announced that hundreds of thousands of improper voter registrations were trimmed from the rolls to more correctly reflect their proper eligible voter totals.