We have the Nebraska voter purge list. Are you on it?
URGENT: You only have until just before midnight on Friday, October 19 to re-register online.
Today, The Palast Investigative Fund has released the names of the 90,000 residents of Las Vegas and Reno (Clark and Washoe counties) purged from voter rolls based on flawed evidence that indicates they have moved. Nevada is a Senate battleground state and these purges could tip the election.
Rather than face me in federal court, Nevada’s Republican Secretary of State, Barbara K. Cegavske, on Thursday turned over the list of every Nevada voter whose registration Cegavske cancelled in 2016 and 2017.If you’re in Nevada, or know anyone in Nevada, please, please check the purge hit-list. If you’re a victim, you still have until Thursday, October 18 to re-register online. Then, please send us a message: we need your story so we can take action to end this purge scourge.
Indiana has purged no less than 20,000 voters, some apparently in violation of a federal court order. Are you one? Check right now.
If you’re on the list, reregister immediately.
A team of database experts, statisticians, lawyers and investigators working with the Palast Investigative Fund discovered — and Indiana now admits — that these thousands of voters were cancelled in violation of a June 2018 federal court order that barred the state from using the notorious Interstate Crosscheck purge list sent to state officials by Kris Kobach, Secretary of State of Kansas.
The court order stemmed from a suit by the NAACP and League of Woman Voters against a 2017 Indiana law ordering counties to remove voters if they appear on Kobach’s list which purports to identify voters who have left the state. The NAACP and League cited the Palast team’s evidence in our 2016 Rolling Stone article showing that Crosscheck is overwhelmingly wrong in identifying voters who have moved — and extremely racist in operation.
In response to my threat of a federal law suit, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has coughed up the names and addresses of every one of the 591,000 voters he cancelled off the registration rolls in 2017.
One in ten voters — disappeared WITHOUT NOTICE.
Look up your name or those you know, with the zip code. We’ll send back your entire registration address. If that’s you (or a former address of yours) re-register today – the October 9 deadline is almost here.
Kemp’s purge list includes those wrongly tagged as having left Georgia by Kris Kobach of Kansas, using Kobach’s racially poisonous, long discredited Interstate Crosscheck list.
Especially if your name is Jackson or Hernandes or Kim, check for your name now!
Note: We will be adding another dozen states’ purge lists — they are falling like drunken rats as our lawsuit deadlines near.