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17 Million Americans were purged off the voter rolls between 2016-2018–nearly 8% of the electorate.  Some for the simple reason they moved across the street, or others because they hadn't voted in the last two federal elections. Voter purges are more common in certain states, cities, counties, and with specific demographics. The map on the left represents how many voters were purged in your state. 


Is your registration safe?

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