At Least 21,000 Dead People On Pennsylvania Voter Rolls – Lawsuit

A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania before Election Day claims there were 21,000 deceased people on its voter rolls ahead of the 2020 election, arguing the state violated its own laws by not properly maintaining voter rolls.

The Public Interest Legal Foundation had launched the lawsuit last month in federal court when it was discovered the voter registration wasn’t properly maintained and updated its lawsuit Thursday, two days after the Nov. 3 election and as the state continues to count ballots.

The updated complaint noted that as of Oct. 7, more than 9,000 of the registered voters had died five years ago, 1,990 died 10 years ago and about 197 registrants had been dead for more than 20 years.

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