Study Finds 1.8 Million "Ghost Voters" Across 29 States
The number of registered voters has exceeded all possible margin of error in such cases. 352 counties faced an unprecedented surplus of nearly 2 million in 29 states.
Judicial Watch analyzed the study of the Census Bureau population statistics and state voter registration data and found that the total number of voters is significantly higher than the number of residents in voting districts.
Many election commissions warn that exceeding “a few” percent is not fraudulent or irregular. Using Orange County as an example, the electoral commission explains that “there's no deadline for updating your address”.
It's not a glitch!— Orange County, FL SOE (@OCFElections) November 3, 2020
By the registration deadline, (Oct. 6th), there were 754 voters registered in precinct 538. But, if you're already registered to vote in Florida, there's no deadline for updating your address.
But the big picture shows that the 29 states surveyed accepted 1.8 million of the remaining 21.
“The new study of excess — or ghost voters — highlights the recklessness of mailing blindly ballots and ballot applications to voter registration lists. Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections,” Tom Fitton, president of the watchdog group stated.
Texas was over 187 percent, New Mexico was 177 percent, and South Dakota was over 171 percent.
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