Jul 30, 2015

Dead and Registered: Clarke County, MS, Sued for Having More Voters Than Live Citizens | PJ Media

Being dead may not necessarily disqualify you from voting this year in Mississippi. That’s because some voter rolls in the Magnolia State contain more people registered to vote than people who are alive.The dismal state of voter rolls in many Mississippi counties not only facilitates voter fraud, it violates federal law. Take Clarke County, for example: according the United States Census, in...

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