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Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s way of removing infrequent voters from rolls

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This is how you destroy democracy, by placing more and more restrictions on who can vote and that’s why it matters that Republicans, led by Mitch McConnell, STOLE President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination! They just ruled that it’s legal for Ohio to unregister voters who haven’t voted recently. Purging voter registration roles is a way to block disenfranchised people from voting. What if you couldn’t vote last time because you couldn’t take time off work, or you were sick, or taking care of a loved one, or any number of things. You have to register well before the election, but you won’t be notified you were removed from the voting lists.

Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s way of removing infrequent voters from rolls

The justices ruled 5 to 4 that the state’s process does not violate federal law.

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