You Won’t Believe How Many Dead Voters On The Rolls In One Key Swing State

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The media claims this never happens.

But now liberals have some explaining to do.

And you won’t believe how many dead voters are on the rolls in one key swing state.

As American Patriot Daily reports:

The Public Interest Legal Foundation sued Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson for violating Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 which requires states to “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters.”

According to the Public Interest Legal Foundation’s lawsuit, the group’s analysis of Michigan’s voter file found over 25,000 dead voters on the rolls.

“The Foundation’s analysis of Michigan’s voter roll and verifiable death records reveals that, as of August 2021, 25,975 potentially deceased registrants are on Michigan’s voter rolls. Of those, 23,663 registrants have been dead for five years or more, 17,479 registrants have been dead for at least ten years, and 3,956 registrants have been dead for at least twenty years,” the lawsuit read.

The lawsuit also stated that the group found 334 voters that were somehow registered after their date of death.

“As a result of this analysis, the Foundation confirmed that 25,975, or 94 percent of the more than 27,500 potentially deceased registrants previously identified out of the examined subset of Michigan’s QVF remained on the rolls as of August 5, 2021. The 25,975 consisted of 24,645 active registrants and 1,330 inactive or ‘CHA’ registrants. Numerous Registrants Have Voter Registration Dates After the Reported Date of their Death,” the lawsuit added.

Public Interest Legal Foundation President J. Christian Adams explained that the group filed this lawsuit to ensure that the state did not send out ballots to dead voters.

“This case is about ensuring that deceased registrants are not receiving ballots. For over a year, we’ve shared specific data with the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office about the alarming problem of deceased registrants on Michigan’s voter rolls. Secretary Benson has done nothing to resolve the problem and is even refusing to hand over public documents related to these failures. The failure to remove deceased registrants creates an opportunity for fraud and makes Michigan’s elections less secure,” Adams declared.

Election integrity is a major issue in America.

Democrats make it clear that running clean and honest elections is not high on their priority list.

Americans should always have faith that every legal vote counts and only legal votes are cast.

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s apparent disregard for cleaning up the voter rolls to remove over 25,000 dead voters from the rolls does not inspire confidence that Democrats in a major swing state value the sanctity of the vote.