Must respectively disagree with your summation~~if voters want to vote then they should vote or at least send change of address so the new location is updated... It isn’t the governments responsibility to keep up your voting records its yours..
Supreme Court’s conservative justices uphold Ohio’s voter purge system...
With the Supreme Court’s ruling, other states plan to follow Ohio’s lead on voter purges... The real issue was voter suppression...
So what is Ohio’s voter purge system? It’s a means of removing voter registrations that the state feels are outdated from its rolls, forcing someone to have to register once again to vote. Anytime you move you are required to notify the property division relative to your change of address so your new registration card can be sent to you for voting later.~~
Ohio uses a multi-step approach to do this: First, it waits for someone to not vote for two years. Then it mails them a prepaid return card to make sure the would-be voter still lives at the same address. If the state does not get the card back and the person does not vote in any election for four more years, the state assumes the person has moved and removes the person’s voter registration from the rolls, citing a change of residence.
Opponents of the system argue that it violates the federal National Voter Registration Act and Help America Vote Act, which restrict a state from removing someone from the rolls just because the person failed to vote...What if they died or moved out state?? Purging is necessary now more than ever too!!
The US Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio’s system for purging voters from the rolls.
The Court split 5-4 along partisan lines, with the five conservative-leaning justices, in a majority opinion by Justice Samuel Alito, upholding the system and the four liberal-leaning justices opposing it. The ruling focused in large part on technical interpretations of federal voting laws, although the argument underlying Ohio’s system is, in fact, a much bigger one about voter suppression.
The Supreme Court’s Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute ruling concluded, however, that Ohio’s voter purge system did not violate federal laws. The Court found that Ohio’s system uses a lack of voting as just one piece of evidence, along with the lack of response to the prepaid return card, to trigger a person’s removal from the rolls. Since a person not voting is not the sole basis for removal from the rolls, the Court said, it’s legal under federal law...
Here, just read this should you wish..https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/policy-and-politics/2018/6/11/17448742/ohio-voter-purge-supreme-court-ruling