Wisconsin elections officials announced on Wednesday that they have deleted more than 205,000 voters off the rolls as part of standard work to keep the state’s registration databases current.
In the perennial swing state, removing voters off the rolls has been a contentious issue. Conservatives sued the Wisconsin Elections Commission in 2019 to have voters removed off the rolls if they didn’t answer to mailings within 30 days. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed, and Democrat Joe Biden went on to defeat Republican Donald Trump by almost 20,000 votes.+
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Officials with the Commission said on Wednesday that 174,307 voter registrations were deactivated on Saturday because the registrants had not voted in four years and had not responded to a mailing. They claimed that every two years, they are required by law to identify registered voters who haven’t voted in the previous four years and deactivate them unless they choose to stay registered.
More than 200,000 voters in Wisconsin were declared eternally incarcerated despite the fact that they were not.