The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Liberty News Now
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case Husted v A. Philip Randolph Institute, challenging the automatic elimination of non-eligible voters from the rolls. This case will test the court’s wilingness to uphold fair and honest elections.
Ohio regularly purges its voter rolls of those who are not eligible to vote, for the self-evident reason that they are NOT eligible to vote. This means that fake voters are eliminated, alongside people who have died or moved out of Ohio – and thus would be ineliigibel to vote in state elections.
The procedure to identify the ineligibility of a voter in Ohio State is conditional either on two scenarios, using the National Address Change Database or by a “Supplementary process.”
The legal charges brought by the A. Philip Randolph Institutepost was originally published on this site