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WV SOS office removes more than 47,000 names from voter rolls this year

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Secretary of State Mac Warner is working with all 55 county clerks to clean up voter rolls in the Mountain State. The office has removed 47,490 names off the lists since Warner took office in mid-January.

“There are a lot of people who have moved, changed names, gotten married, deceased — there are a number of reasons why these files have extra names on there,” Warner explained on Tuesday’s MetroNews “Talkline.”

Of the total removed names, 1,170 were convicted felons who lost their right to vote upon conviction.

West Virginia had at least three counties that had more registered voters than they did people eligible to vote, Warner said.

In one county that Warner declined to identify, nearly 9,000 names were removed from the voter list. The number of voters in that county dropped from 22,000 to 13,000 from the time former Secretary of State Natalie Tennant was in office until now.

As of Tuesday, there were 1,233,702 registered voters in the state.

Warner said his campaign promise was to clean up the voter rolls before the next election.

“You’re going to have a higher voter turn out when you remove those names that are deceased, moved or so forth,” he said. “It’s going to restore confidence in the election.”

A seven-member Field Services Team is currently working with county clerks as well as with city clerks and recorders to identify names that should not be on their lists.

http://wvmetronews.com/2017/04/18/w...-than-47000-names-from-voter-rolls-this-year/
 

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West Virginia had at least three counties that had more registered voters than they did people eligible to vote, Warner said.

In one county that Warner declined to identify, nearly 9,000 names were removed from the voter list. The number of voters in that county dropped from 22,000 to 13,000 from the time former Secretary of State Natalie Tennant was in office until now.
Why isn't this done in ALL states/counties annually? What the hell else do they have to do outside of election time ?
 

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How many of those 47,000 voted in the last election? Taezzar is correct. What the hell else do election officials have to do outside of election time?
 

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More proof Trump was right on fraudulent voting. Hope they keep checking in other states.
In NY state, especially NYC, they are fighting efforts from groups such as True the Vote tooth and nail despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. NY was a lost cause once the state legislature gave NYC home rule. We now have a state within a state that rules the state.
 

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The dems kicked a bit with him getting this office! Several old hands walked out and things slowed down for a bit, but seem to still function.

I was starting a new company during this time and since the last bunch left a mess no one could tell me how long it take, but it went quickly enough all things considered!

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