Oklahoma Election Board purges 91,000 from voter rolls
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Election Board has removed more than 91,000 names from the state's list of registered voters.
Board spokeswoman Misha Mohr said Thursday that the list includes more than 88,000 "inactive" voters who have failed since 2015 to confirm their addresses or vote in any election through the 2018 election cycle.
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