After numerous Virginia city and county voter registrars noted a high error rate in lists of voters identified by the state board of elections as registered to vote in other states, the state Democratic party has filed a federal lawsuit demanding an end to the purge effort.
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County registrars across Virginia are finding significant errors in the list of 57,000 suspected out-of-state voters sent by the state government for purging -- and registrars for two of Virginia's largest jurisdictions say they will likely delay any removals until after the November 5 elections.
After the U.S. Supreme Court's Voting Rights Act decision killed a legal challenge to Florida's voter purge, Gov. Rick Scott announced he would resume the effort. But one GOP county elections supervisor is warning it's still deeply unreliable.