“The majority of submitted names of voters identified as ‘challenged’ by Election Integrity are individuals who are currently classified as inactive voters on the Maryland State Voter registry,” Montgomery County Election Board spokeswoman Marjorie Roher wrote in a Sept. 21 email. “The term ‘inactive’ means that the Board of Elections mailed an official document to the voter and it was returned to the Board.”
If a voter with an “inactive” status does not vote in two federal elections, they are supposed to be changed to “cancelled.” Kelleher said she suspects that many of the “inactive” voters are dead.
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