Press "Enter" to skip to content

Supreme Court upholds Ohio voter purges

Positive Sentiment
Negative Sentiment
Content Analyzed
pdf” target=”_blank”>ruling found that Ohio’s practice of stripping voters from its rolls if they don’t vote over a six-year period and don’t respond to mailed warnings did not violate a pair of federal laws. "It was Congress’s judgment that a reasonable person with an interest in voting is not likely to ignore notice of this sort," he wrote. Breyer said Ohio’s system leaves many voters in the position of being stripped from the rolls simply by failing to vote, which federal law prohibits states from using as a reason to remove voters.

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply