100,000 names are being removed from Georgia rolls.
18,000 are deceased voters.
Breaking: Georgia Secretary of State to remove 100K names from state voter rolls | Just The News https://t.co/EEj4xsOfyn
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There are more than 100,000 Georgians set to be removed from the state’s voter registration rolls unless they act in a timely manner.
State officials told Channel 2 News that the removals are required by law, and the maintenance of the voter rolls must occur every two years.
According to Channel 2 in Atlanta, most of the more than 100,000 poised to being removed from the list have submitted change of address forms to the post office or mail sent to their listed residences were returned. More than 18,000 were removed because they are deceased.
“These people don’t live in Georgia anymore,” Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger told the news outlet. “Then you have 18,000 people who passed. So they are not going to be voting anymore. You need to have accurate voter rolls and proper list maintenance. It also helps your county election directors.”
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