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Kentucky: state purges many voters without telling them

NPR reports: For the first time this year, states are required to have centralized voter registration lists. In Kentucky, a state effort to eliminate duplicate registrations resulted in at least several hundred voters being mistakenly removed from the rolls. Confusion and lawsuits followed. -- NPR : Kentucky Grapples with Confusion on Voter Lists

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