Make sure you can vote by checking that you weren’t removed from your state’s voter rolls without your knowledge.
In 2016 the presidential election was decided by just 77,400 votes. But, according to the Elections Assistance Commission, 7,009,501 votes were disqualified.
16.7 million voters have been removed from the voter rolls in the last two years. Make sure you are not one of them. Search for your name and take action to make sure that your vote will be counted.
EXPOSING HOW VOTES ARE STOLEN IS THE FIRST STEP TO STOPPING IT.
State Purge Lists
I never use the term vote suppression, because when someone steals your car, you don’t say, my car has been suppressed. Your vote has been stolen, not suppressed. -Greg Palast