This is Part 3 of a continuing series. All figures and references are numbered sequentially throughout the series.
Many problems were cited where qualified voters were turned away at the polls because of inaccurate, incomplete or non-current voter registration lists. Types of failure here include errors created during voter registration process, no process to capture address change data, lack of access to the authoritative voter registration database or precinct voter lists created from non-current copies of voter registration data.
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