ELECTION SECURITY: Why Is The SecState Of Michigan Fighting So Hard To Keep Dead Folks On Voter Rolls?

Written by Wes Walker on August 26, 2022

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Jocelyn Benson had her day in court… and lost her first battle. A lawsuit alleging she violated the National Voter Registration Act will proceed.

Considering all the jokes about your grandfather voting Republican all his life, but now that he’s dead he votes Democrat, you’d think Dems would be self-conscious about how they might look in fighting against purging the voting rolls of dead citizens. But they don’t care.

Last year, a lawsuit was launched by Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) claiming that Michigan’s Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson (D), allowed the names of 26,000 deceased citizens to remain on the voter rolls.

This is no small oversight. Some of these people have been dead for a very long time. Of that 26,000, roughly 91% (or 23,663) have been dead for at least 5 years. Fully two-thirds (17,479) have been dead for a decade or more. And 15% (3,956) have been dead at least 20 years.

Jocelyn Benson tried to have the case thrown out of court. But she lost that fight and will now have to explain her actions to a judge.

“It is astonishing that Secretary Benson is so vigorously opposing effective list maintenance,” PILF President J. Christian Adams said in a statement.
“It’s remarkable that after sharing this data with the Secretary of State in 2020, dead registrants remained on the state’s voter rolls,” he continued. “This initial win is the first step to ensuring that deceased registrants are not receiving ballots and reducing the opportunity for fraud in Michigan’s elections.”
— Breitbart

This same group has had success in the past, seeing they were able to get Pennsylvania’s Democrat state officials to purge 21,000 dead voters from their rolls.

A couple of key battleground states purging dead people from their voting rolls? That 2024 election is looking better already.

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