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Thousands of Ineligible Persons Could be Mailed Ballots If Nevada Goes All-Mail in November Election

RENO, Nevada, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Election Integrity Project, Nevada (EIPNv) sent notice on July 24 to Nevada's Secretary of State (SOS) regarding possible failures by the state to comply with federal and state voter list maintenance laws. EIPNv's report, based on its analysis of Nevada's official voter registration file of July 18, 2020, alleges the following violations:

"Federal law requires the state to maintain voter lists free of those who have died or relocated and to remove duplicated registrations," said EIPNv representative Sharron Angle. "This is especially critical under all-mail voting. Unless ineligible registrations are removed, thousands of unclaimed ballots could go into circulation and increase the risk of unlawful voting. Mailing two or more ballots each to duplicated registrants allows-- even 'invites' --voters to vote twice". 

SOURCE Election Integrity Project, Nevada LLC

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