Lawsuit: More Than 2.5K Dead People Are Registered to Vote in Detroit

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by John Binder

More than 2,500 dead Americans remain on the voter rolls in Detroit, Michigan, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed a lawsuit in federal court this week against the city of Detroit for allegedly failing to maintain their voter rolls, including keeping more than 2,500 dead Americans aged 85 and older on the rolls.

After obtaining voter data from the state of Michigan earlier this year, PILF researchers said they discovered that a number of registered voters had either “impossibly old” or “disqualifying young” date of births. In one case, for example, PILF researchers said they found that a registered voter stated they had been born in the year 1823. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Lawsuit: More Than 2.5K Dead People Are Registered to Vote in Detroit

  1. Joe Z says:

    Of that 2,500, 2,499 will “vote” DemocRat. DeSantis needs to get off his duff and start putting voter fraudsters in the slammer. If not, Florida could be lost along with this country. Yes, I’ve already emailed him concerning this extremely important issue. The Broward County (Ft. Lauderdale) fraudsters broke every law in the book in 2018. Ronny, are you listening?

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