Where in the state constitution does it say that your right to vote Democratic ends when you die?
Doesn't the ADA cover the "living challenged"?
Well, it should.
From his press release:
The Elections Division within the Secretary of State’s Office confirmed on Friday morning that since Warner took office in January, the county clerks have canceled 36,635 outdated records from the voter registration files across the state. Cooperation continues between the county clerks statewide and the Secretary’s office to advance the voter registration list maintenance process to ensure voter file accuracy.
Regarding the county clerks efforts, Secretary Warner stated, “Since I took office in January, West Virginia county clerks have canceled tens of thousands of outdated voter registrations. I applaud the continued effort by the county clerks to ensure an all-encompassing voter registration list maintenance process ensuring an accurate and up-to-date voter file.”
Using updated technology and tools, elections experts have estimated that the status of more than 100,000 registered voters in West Virginia -- nearly 10% of our State’s registered voters -- may have changed and may need to be removed from current voter rolls. Those status updates include voters who: (1) have moved from their initial registered address; (2) have died; or (3) have duplicate registration records on file.And that turncoat Republican Putnam County Clerk Brian Wood -- the county Poca is in -- said:
“I am encouraged that the Secretary of State’s Office is focused on providing additional tools and resources to assist the clerks in achieving the common goal of clean voter rolls. County clerks statewide work diligently to keep registration lists current and we look forward to taking advantage of the additional resources.”What next?
Voter photo ID to stop you from voting 11 times?
If this keeps up, Democrats may never be able to steal another election in the Mountain State.
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