All of California’s voters are now in one online database

As reported by the Los Angeles Times:

A single, instantly updated list of registered voters in California became reality on Monday, as two final counties plugged in to an electronic database mandated by a federal law enacted in the wake of the contentious 2000 presidential campaign.

In other words, a database that was long overdue.

“It’s been more than a decade in coming,” Secretary of State Alex Padilla said.

The $98-million project allows elections officials in each of California’s 58 counties to easily track voters who move from one place to another and to quickly update their records in the event of a death or a voter deemed ineligible after conviction of a felony.

The database will allow voters to check if they are …

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Comments

  1. But, will deceased voters be scrubbed from the roles?

  2. John Wirts says

    Will this system check for duplicate registrations, check the ages of the “registered voters” for questionable voters over a certain age like 100 years old. cross reference voter records with death records. Finally check for ineligible voters ie foreign nationals, convicted felons, all of whom tend to vote democrat, or they would be groomed out!

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