This article by James Tonrey is published by The Daily Pennsylvanian. It examines the impact of errors in cleaning voter rolls on minority voters, particularly in Wisconsin. Here is an excerpt:
Errors in cleaning voter rolls in Wisconsin in 2017 and 2018 disproportionately affected minority voters, according to a Penn study.
The Electronic Registration Information Center, which compares voter rolls against other records to determine whether registered voters moved or died, is more likely to incorrectly identify racial and ethnic minorities who have moved and remove their voter registration, Penn Today reported. Since ERIC is utilized by 30 states and Washington, D.C., study authors believe the error that occurred in Wisconsin may have implications for other states around the country.
The study was conducted by Political Science Professor Marc Meredith and Wharton senior Katie Steele in collaboration with professors from Yale University and Harvard University.
Read this article here.