The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio’s “use it or lose it” practice of cleaning up its voter rolls.
In a 5-4 decision, the court’s majority said the practice, known as the “supplemental process,” does not violate the National Voter Registration Act, which bars states from removing the names of people from the voter rolls for failing to vote.
The court’s five conservative justices voted in the majority, with the court’s four liberals dissenting.
Under the supplemental process, voters who have not voted in two years are flagged and sent a confirmation notice. Voters who then fail to respond to the notice and fail to vote within the next two years are removed from the rolls.
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