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Too many people registered in predominantly black counties

AL.com reports: Less than three months before the June primary, four Alabama counties had more voters on their rolls than what the Census Bureau says is their voting age population.

Officials give a number of reasons for that, including under-counting by the census. ...

Each county has a three-person board of registrars that is responsible for maintaining the voting lists with help from the secretary of state’s office. ...

As of March, Greene, Hale, Lowndes and Macon counties had more active, registered voters than what the census estimated as their 18-and-older population in 2012. -- 4 Alabama counties have more active, registered voters than adult population | AL.com

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