Georgia voter cancellations to begin using data from other states
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — Georgia election officials plan to start canceling voter registrations as soon as this week, on a smaller scale than in past years and, for the first time, exchanging information with other states to identify invalid voters. After large numbers of cancellations in prior years, Georgia election officials expect to remove roughly 113,000 voter registrations this year. The state canceled a record 534,000 registrations in 2017, then removed an additional 287,000 two years ago. The biennial cancellations, called voter “purges” by their critics, remove registrations of those who changed th…

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