Nearly a quarter million voters purged from voter rolls in Wisconsin

Voters who haven’t voted in a certain amount of time get booted off the rolls.

234K were purged this way. Voters who are removed get notified and can re-register if they are still residents.

So far, 60,000 of the notifications have been returned as undeliverable, meaning they SHOULD be purged. Those voters are no longer at the address they registered from.

16,500 are registered at a new address (meaning the old registration SHOULD be purged.)

Only 2300 have responded saying, “Hey, I’m still here and want to remain registered.” (A 1% error rate in the purge effort.)

Perhaps the rest don’t care. (But ones who do can re-register online or in person – or even at the polls on voting day.)

More states need to do this.

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