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Adams: Kentucky removes 33,696 dead people from voter rolls

By Miranda Combs

Frankfort, KY - Secretary of State Michael Adams announced that, consistent with his campaign promise to clean up Kentucky's voter rolls, 33,696 dead voters have been removed this year as of December 14th.

In the same period, Kentucky also removed 4,252 voters convicted of felonies, 3,435 voters who moved out of state, 586 voters who asked to de-register, and 242 voters judged mentally incompetent.




This story was posted on 2020-12-30 09:33:55
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