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Judicial Watch: SCOTUS Ruling on Ohio Voting to Have Far-Reaching Impact

By    |   Wednesday, 13 June 2018 07:52 PM

Monday's 5-4 Supreme Court ruling supporting Ohio's policy of purging voters from registration rolls after several years of inactivity might have a much greater impact than initially reported, election experts tell Newsmax.

Justice Samuel Alito's majority opinion Monday cited a Pew Research Center study that found about one in eight voter-registration records in the United States — some 24 million — are either inaccurate or completely erroneous. Another 2.75 million people, the study found, are registered to cast ballots in more than one state.

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Election experts tell Newsmax that Monday's 5-4 Supreme Court ruling supporting Ohio's policy of purging voters from registration rolls after several years of inactivity might have a much greater impact than initially reported.
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