Pennsylvania officials have admitted five counties did not maintain clean voter registration rolls as required…
Pennsylvania officials have admitted five counties did not maintain clean voter registration rolls as required by federal law, and have agreed to pay the legal fees of the ethics watchdog who blew the whistle.
Judicial Watch, a non-profit public interest law firm, has settled a federal election integrity lawsuit against Pennsylvania and five of its counties, with Pennsylvania admitting in court filings that it has finally removed 178,258 ineligible registrations in response to communications from Judicial Watch.
The legal settlement requires Pennsylvania and five of its counties to “extensive public reporting of statistics regarding their ongoing voter roll clean-up efforts for the next five years, along with a payment to Judicial Watch of $15,000 for legal costs and fees” Judicial Watch reports.
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