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Inactive voters removed from polling lists

Rural counties have lower registration than statewide average

11:48 PM, Jul. 6, 2013
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Hundreds of thousands of inactive Wisconsin voters have been removed from local voting rolls as government officials undergo regular maintenance.

More than 220,000 voters were removed in May by the Government Accountability Board, the nonpartisan agency tasked with overseeing the state's elections and campaign finance laws.

"Local clerks have recorded who all voted in November, and who didn't. We can see who hasn't voted in the last four years, and those people get postcards," said Reid Magney, a GAB spokesman. ...

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