Ohio Removes Numerous Non-Citizens from Voter Rolls, Calls for Biden Administration to Take Action

Ohio Removes Numerous Non-Citizens from Voter Rolls, Calls for Biden Administration to Take Action


Ohio’s voter rolls are being purged of people who are not U.S. citizens, but Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose says he needs federal help to do the job thoroughly.

LaRose announced Tuesday that a review of voting registrations found that 137 non-citizens were on the rolls,  according to a news release from his office.

Citing that data, he sent an order to all 88 of Ohio’s county boards of elections to comb their voter rolls for non-citizens.

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He also said his office will “conduct an annual review of the statewide voter registration database to identify persons who appear not to be United States citizens.”

“Ohioans overwhelmingly passed an amendment to our state constitution which makes it clear that only U.S. citizens can vote in

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