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In the US found 1.8 million “dead souls” among voters

In the US found 1.8 million “dead souls” among voters
Friday, 06 November, 2020, 10:40

In the United States, judicial observers checked demographic statistics and compared them with registered voters. As a result, it turned out that in some states there were almost twice as many ballots as citizens with the right to vote. This is stated on the website of the Judicial Watch organization.

For example, in Texas, one of the counties recorded 187 ballots per 100 voters. Overall, the study identified 1.8 million “dead souls” in 353 counties in 29 states.
“We see the recklessness of blind mailing of newsletters and applications thanks to this study. Dirty voter lists mean dirty elections, ”said Judicial Observer Association chief Tom Fitton.
The United States is currently counting votes for presidential candidates.