The Facts About Georgia's Secretary of State Canceling Voter Registrations

The people whose voter registration cards have been canceled have not voted in seven years and have failed to respond.

The left is playing up a political activist's story that Brian Kemp, Georgia's Secretary of State and the Republican…

In fact, federal law requires that states purge their voter rolls of voters who have moved or died. Because no one ever calls the local Board of Elections to say they've moved, died, gone to jail, etc. the several states have had to create a system to verify voters are still eligible to vote. Georgia automated its system in 2012 and only activates it in odd numbered years when there are no federal races or statewide races in play. The hysteria over Kemp is actually the hysteria over a long process that is mostly automated.

Comments