The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case involving whether Ohio’s rules for cleaning up its voter rolls are too draconian, the justices announced Tuesday.
At a time when voter integrity is increasingly in the spotlight, the case will put the justices front and center in a debate about how far states can go to try to make sure their rolls aren’t littered with the names of dead voters or people who have moved out of the jurisdiction.
Voting-rights advocates say culling the lists ends up stripping out legal but infrequent voters who have every right to cast ballots.
Ohio had been prodding people who were infrequent voters and those who, according to the Postal Service, had moved out of the state.
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