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BREAKING: Judicial Watch signed a settlement agreement with the State of California & the County of L.A. under which they’ll begin the process of removing from voter registration rolls up to 1.5 million inactive registered names that may be invalid. (1/8)
This Judicial Watch lawsuit confirmed that Los Angeles County has on its rolls 1.5 million or more potentially ineligible voters. This means over one in every five L.A. County registrations likely belongs to a voter who has moved or is deceased. (2/8)
This JW lawsuit related to the National Voter Registration Act also uncovered the stunning fact that neither the State of California nor Los Angeles County had been removing inactive voters from their voter registration rolls for the past 20 years. (3/8)
And so this new settlement agreement requires that all of the 1.5 million potentially ineligible registrants be notified and asked to respond. If there is no response, those names are to be removed as required by the National Voter Registration Act. (4/8)
In addition to its settlement agreements with California & Ohio and its win in Kentucky, Judicial Watch had filed a successful NVRA lawsuit against Indiana (causing it to voluntarily clean up its voting rolls) & has an ongoing lawsuit with Maryland. (5/8)
Judicial Watch President @TomFitton: This settlement vindicates Judicial Watch’s groundbreaking lawsuits to clean up state voter rolls to help ensure cleaner elections. (6/8)
Judicial Watch President @TomFitton: Judicial Watch and its clients are thrilled with this historic settlement that will clean up election rolls in Los Angeles County and in California. (7/8)
Judicial Watch President @TomFitton: Judicial Watch & its clients are also thrilled that this settlement will set a nationwide precedent to ensure states take reasonable steps to ensure that dead & other ineligible voters are removed from the rolls. (8/8)
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