Lawsuit Forces Pennsylvania To Take 21,000 Dead People Off Its Voter Rolls

The state of Penn­syl­va­nia has removed over 20,000 deceased vot­ers from being able to vote fol­low­ing a set­tled law­suit filed by The Pub­lic Inter­est Legal Foundation.

The suit, filed in Novem­ber, alleged that at least 21,000 deceased indi­vid­u­als were still on vot­er rolls dur­ing the 2020 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion. Data com­piled by the Watch­dog group showed that more than 9,200 of the peo­ple reg­is­tered had been dead for at least five years, in addi­tion to near­ly 1,990 that had been dead for 10 years. An esti­mat­ed 197 vot­ers were dead for at least twen­ty years.

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