Arizona has checked the voter registration credentials of 673,560 applicants with the Social Security Administration (SSA) in the last ten weeks.
When most states, including Arizona, process roughly 2,500 applications every month, this is a significant amount. In the last two months, they’ve processed more identities than they had in the previous nine years combined. Is a database being scrubbed, or are “Federal Only” voters being audited?
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States must check the driver’s license number against their own MVD database during “new voter registration.” Only in cases when a driver’s license cannot be provided may the state use the Help America Vote Verification (HAVV) service to verify their identification.
Out of the 673,560 total matches, 393,017 had no match. In fact, Arizona’s weekly processing has one of the highest non-match rates in the country, ranging from 50 to 65 percent. In most other states, the percentage ranges from 15% to 25%.
Arizona went from processing 500-600 pounds per week to 70,000 pounds per week in the first week of July. This volume peaked on September 10th and has since dropped to a few hundred units. Texas and Kansas began processing big volumes per week in February, ranging from 30,000 to 55,000. In June, this also came to an end, and the volume returned to normal. Because the volume of old voter registration applications vastly outnumbers new voter registration applications, there are checks on older voter registration applications.
So, what exactly is going on?
The graphic below depicts Arizona’s only three voter registration systems, as well as many of their interfaces. This includes Maricopa’s VRAS system, Pima County’s system, and all other counties’ use of the state-based AVID system. The MVD is used to process data by the HAVV Interface. As a result, it’s unclear which of these three voter registration systems, or even a commercial firm, is sending the SSA such a large number of ID verification requests.
It appears that this was maybe connected to the audit probe.
The weekly transactions for Arizona’s voter identity processing during the last two years are listed below. Until July 2021, they rarely reach a few hundred inquiries per week.