This article by Jeff Milchen is published by Reclaim Democracy. Here is an excerpt:
Just weeks ago, Yellowstone County Judge Michael Moses blocked four recent Montana voting restriction laws from taking effect for this year’s elections. A full decision on the laws’ constitutionality is yet to come, but Republican plans for a special legislative session (largely to promote false “election fraud” claims) collapsed after the preliminary ruling.
Yet Montana does have reason to improve one aspect of securing elections in which we lag behind most states: keeping voter rolls free of duplicate or ineligible registrations.
Unknown to most U.S. residents, a system to keep voter rolls current has operated effectively for a decade. Created in 2012 through collaboration among several states and the Pew Charitable Trusts, the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) is a non-profit, non-partisan consortium managed and financed through voluntary membership by 30 U.S. states.
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