There are 11 counties in the country where the number of registered voters outnumbers the number of voting-age citizens. Judicial Watch sent out warning letters to these counties, reprimanding them about the “strong circumstantial evidence” that they are not conducting themselves properly and have unreasonable standards for voter registration and maintenance.
The Judicial watch sent a letter to 11 states: “Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee,” giving them 90 days to address the issue and reply to the letter with documentation that they are putting in an effort statewide to conduct a program that verifies the people voting are actually eligible, otherwise, they will be facing a lawsuit. It is their duty to the people to not only hold themselves to the highest standards when it comes to elections, but to be candid about mistakes in the past regarding dead and non-citizen voters.
From Daily Caller:
Section 8 of the NVRA mandates that states take reasonable actions to eliminate the names of ineligible voters from official lists due to “the death of the registrant” or “a change in the residence of the registrant,” and requires states to make certain that non-citizens are not registered to vote.
Judicial Watch asked the states to “conduct or implement a systematic, uniform, nondiscriminatory program to remove from the list of eligible voters the names of persons who have become ineligible to vote by reason of a change of residence, death or a disqualifying criminal conviction.”
The states are also asked to remove from voter registration lists “noncitizens who have registered to vote unlawfully.”
“Dirty election rolls can mean dirty elections,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “These 11 states face possible Judicial Watch lawsuits unless they follow the law and take reasonable steps to clean up their voting rolls of dead, moved, and non-citizen voters.”