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Get Mad. Vote.

Source: Created by Bea Williams / R1 Charlotte

The Supreme Court has upheld Ohio’s controversial policy allowing the removal of inactive voters from voter rolls.   Ohio sends notices when voters miss a federal election and gives them four years to vote or respond to the letter before stripping their voting registration, even though federal law says citizens can’t be removed just because they don’t vote.  However, the court decided, 5-4, that the federal law wasn’t broken by Ohio’s policy when voters receive warnings and subsequently don’t take action. More states could follow Ohio’s lead.

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