As per the Judicial Watch, more than 1.2 million registered voters have been discarded from Los Angeles County, California voter rolls for not casting ballots in last federal elections and also failed to give feedback to notices since 2022.
Judicial watch settled a deal with L.A. County in 2019 after filing a lawsuit against them for breaching the National Voter Registration Act and failing to keep the county’s voter rolls maintained.
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On Tuesday, the previous State Senator from Missouri, John Loudon, stated on Truth Social:
“That’s a massive tool for fraudsters seeking fraudulent ballots to cast. Who knows how many invalid registrations exist across the country?”
Judicial Watch’s suit was brought up in 2017 in order to “force the cleanup of Los Angeles County’s voter rolls.”
The deal ended up bounding the LA county to prepare a yearly detailed summary of inactive voters and how many of them have been removed.
As per a report by Judicial Watch:
“The agreement also required the office of the secretary of state to send a written advisory to all county clerks/registrars of voters in California stating that current federal law requires the cancellation of a registrant who has failed to respond to an official notice and who then fails to vote, offers to vote, correct the registrar’s record.”
The president of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton stated:
“This long overdue voter roll clean-up of 1.2 million registrations in Los Angeles County is a historic victory and means California elections are less at risk for fraud.”
Judicial watch also reported:
“The county had allowed more than 20% of its registered voters to become inactive without removing them from the voter list.”
On Tuesday, Donald Trump wrote on his Truth Social:
“There was so much Voter Fraud & Irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election that it amazes me how weak and ineffective Fox News is at portraying itself in the lawsuit against them.”