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Where Things Stand On An NC Bill Seeking A Sketchy Method For Voter Purges

Conservative activists have long argued that comparing voter rolls to the records of potential jurors who were excused because they were noncitizens would reveal mass voter fraud. Conservative activists have long arg... Conservative activists have long argued that comparing voter rolls to the records of potential jurors who were excused because they were noncitizens would reveal mass voter fraud. Conservative activists have long argued that comparing voter rolls to the records of potential jurors who were excused because they were noncitizens would reveal mass voter fraud. MORE LESS
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August 27, 2019 3:58 p.m.

I’ve been keeping an eye on a GOP bill in North Carolina that would require local courts to turn over jury excuse forms to election officials, which they could then use to purge alleged noncitizens from the rolls.

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