Crosscheck Program Addresses Duplicate Voter Registration
Kudos to Gov. Corbett and beware left-leaning college students.
Pennsylvania has joined a consortium to identify those who may be registered to vote in more than one state, reports state Rep. Jim Cox (R-129).
Several years ago, a handful of Midwestern states created the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program to cross-check voter registration databases. There are 25 states now participating.
The Commonwealth will provide data for the program in January. It should have a list of potential duplicate registrations early next year.
Before the program, there was no useful method to identify duplicate registrations among states.
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