Hundreds of Michigan Residents Registered to Vote AFTER Their Deaths, Probe Finds – EVOL

A new investigation has found that hundreds of Michigan residents were registered to vote on dates that were after their deaths.

The discovery was revealed in a recent filing in the federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF).

According to the PILF, 334 deceased Michigan registrants are listed on government records as registering to vote after their date of death.

The organization launched a probe into the state’s voter records nearly four years ago.

The PILF discovered 27,000 names of likely deceased registrants on the state’s Qualified Voter File (QVF).

The group asked Michigan’s Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson about her plan to remove them.

The organization gave Benson over one year to act.

Alternatively, the PILF requested that, at a minimum, she make available for public inspection a detailed plan of action for canceling the voter registrations of the dead.

She did neither.

According to the PILF’s filing, Michigan election officials were “unresponsive to specific, sound data provided by the Foundation” regarding the deceased registrants.

Many of those dead voters had been on the QVF for decades.

In a press release, PILF President J. Christian Adams said:

“Secretary Benson is vigorously opposing efforts to



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