A lawsuit was filed to make the state officials of Pennsylvania get some common sense!
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I mean, really, dead people on the voting lists? Hello, is there an oracle in the house?
The lawsuit was filed by Public Interest Legal Foundation, after which the Pennsylvania administration immediately asked for a settlement. Which is obviously a confession of the highest level possible!
“This marks an important victory for the integrity of elections in Pennsylvania,” Public Interest Legal Foundation President and General Counsel, J. Christian Adams stated. “The Commonwealth’s failure to remove deceased registrants created a vast opportunity for voter fraud and abuse. It is important to not have dead voters active on the rolls for 5, 10, or even 20 years. This settlement fixes that.”
According to legal experts, “the lawsuit was filed after the Nov. 3 election and when then-candidate Joe Biden took a lead over President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Ultimately, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Commonwealth’s office certified the election.”
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The foundation stated that the reason for filing the lawsuit was the fact that they have discovered 9,212 out of the 21,000 voters – deceased for over five years, and nearly 2,000 voters had been dead for more than 10 years.
The settlement stipulates that the “Department of State shall transmit to each county commission the names of the individuals registered in each respective county identified as deceased as a result of the comparison undertaken” with the “death data set received” from Electronic Registration Information Center that was then “compared to the full voter registration database … for the purpose of identifying persons who are ineligible to vote by reason of the registrant’s death.”
And The Department added in a statement that “The Department of State is pleased that this agreement will offer Pennsylvania’s county boards of election another valuable tool to maintain the most accurate and up-to-date voter rolls possible.”