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Mon Nov 4, 2019, 11:59 PM

More than 7,500 voters in Middle Georgia could be removed from voter rolls. Here's why

Thousands of voters with Middle Georgia addresses could be removed from voter rolls before the end of the year if they don’t vote or update their registration, according to data released by the Georgia Secretary of State’s office and analyzed by The Telegraph.

The Georgia Secretary of State’s office earlier this week released a list of more than 313,000 registered voters that will be removed from rolls if they do not vote or update their registration.

In Houston County, 4,881 voters were listed — the 15th highest total in the state. In Bibb County, 2,651 voters are listed. Bibb’s numbers are lower than other counties with mid-sized cities like Columbus’ Muscogee County (8,859) and Augusta’s Richmond County (5,873). The highest totals in the state are: Fulton (45,525), DeKalb (27,719) Gwinnett (22,156) and Cobb (22,052) counties.

The statewide list, which represents about 4% of Georgia’s voter rolls, is published online on the secretary of state’s website. The office will also mail out a final notice next week to people’s last known address listed on their voter registration, the Secretary of State’s office said in a news release.

Read more: https://www.macon.com/news/local/article236909938.html

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