Are Ohio’s Regular Voter Roll Purges Unconstitutional?

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Voting officials in Ohio can cancel a person’s voter registration if they go six years without casting a ballot. Opponents of the practice argue that purges are a way to disenfranchise voters who are homeless or minorities. They argue that in addition to having the right to vote, voters should also be able to exercise their right not to cast a vote. Supporters — including the Trump administration — argue that it’s legal

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