The previous headline for this article (Swing State Hit With 2020 Voting Lawsuit – Accused Of Registering Over 1,500 Deceased People In Pennsylvania) incorrectly states that the swing state Pennsylvania was sued. This is incorrect as only county officials in Allegheny are being sued. In addition, the headline states that they are accused of registering over 1,500 deceased people. This is also incorrect as they weren’t personally responsible for registering the dead people on the active voter list. They are being sued for not doing enough to remove deceased voters who were already on the roll. This is very important context and warranted a full correction issued for the article.
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We’ve heard of many voting and election problems in recent years.
It’s an issue that extends far and wide, too; it isn’t only limited to certain areas.
For instance, it seems another major voting snafu has popped up in a Pennsylvania county … where it seems ghosts can participate in elections.
That’s right – a LOT of dead individuals are actually registered to vote!
As a result, a lawsuit has been filed against the county for its failure to clean up their voter rolls.
Maybe this legal action is just what we need to clean things up!
A lawsuit filed against Allegheny County, Pennsylvania alleges that nearly 1,600 dead people are registered to vote in the 2020 election in the county.
Nearly 1,600 people – who have long since passed on – are still on the voter rolls. How ridiculous is that?
The Public Interest Legal Foundation filed the suit, and found that 1,583 deceased registrants remain active voters.
Come on. Seriously? They can’t even keep voter lists updated?
Did you know that nearly 50 of those people have birth dates in the 1800s?! I mean, that’s just pathetic.
But wait, there’s more…
In addition, the lawsuit also claims that nearly 7,500 voter registrations are duplicates!
In one extreme case, the person registered to vote SEVEN TIMES in on day while out of state.
This is just plain unacceptable. If this is indicative of the current state of our voting system, we’re in big trouble.
If we get to November and these voting problems still exist, we could be looking at some major issues…
I think it’s high time that we start cleaning things up across the country! Don’t you agree?