“Activists Flood Election Offices With Challenges”

New article by Nick Corasaniti and Alexandra Berzon at N.Y. Times describes how “false theories about election fraud” underly activists efforts to purge tens of thousands of voters from the rolls in many key battleground states.

Groups in Georgia have challenged at least 65,000 voter registrations across eight counties, claiming to have evidence that voters’ addresses were incorrect. In Michigan, an activist group tried to challenge 22,000 ballots from voters who had requested absentee ballots for the state’s August primary. And in Texas, residents sent in 116 affidavits challenging the eligibility of more than 6,000 voters in Harris County, which is home to Houston and is the state’s largest county.

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