SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – More than 100,000 voters in Georgia may have their names purged from the registered voter list as part of what Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger calls maintenance of the list.
When he visited the election office in Springfield last week, Raffensperger told WSAV he plans to work to help restore “voter confidence in the accuracy of the results.”
State law does allow names to be removed if someone has moved and not provided current and correct address information or if someone has not voted in several major election cycles. We found names from Chatham, Bryan, Effingham and Glynn counties on the list.
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