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Voting rights advocates and conservative activist group Judicial Watch, Inc. agreed to a dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the foundation to force three Pennsylvania counties to remove thousands of voters from the rolls ahead of the 2020 election.

The settlement agreed upon by the parties simply requires the Department of State to separately publish online data it already collects and publishes under Pennsylvania law. Under the settlement, the Department will carve out the data for five county defendants and publish it separately. The lawsuit did not show any failure of the state of Pennsylvania to comply with either federal or state law governing voter roll list maintenance. Judicial Watch was unsuccessful in forcing any purges of the voter rolls.

“This is undeniably a victory for voters,” said Samantha Apgar, president of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. “We are proud to have joined this case to prevent voters from being wrongfully purged from the voter rolls. The League will continue to fight for Pennsylvanians and prevent anti-voter groups like Judicial Watch from bullying states and counties into excessive purging and voter disenfranchisement.”

“Pennsylvania’s election rolls are cleaner – and will remain cleaner – thanks to Judicial Watch,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This federal lawsuit settlement is good news for voters in Pennsylvania who want to ensure that only eligible voters are on voter rolls.”

“Today, we put Judicial Watch’s false claims about the security of our elections to rest. This settlement confirms what the vast majority of Pennsylvanians know: our elections are free and fair,” said Jill Greene, voting and elections manager at Common Cause of Pennsylvania. “We’ll continue to protect our neighbors from attempts by outside groups to rob them of their right to vote.”

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in 2020 against three Pennsylvania counties and then-Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar. It then amended the suit in 2021 to sue five other counties instead – Luzerne, Cumberland, Washington, Indiana, and Carbon counties.

The group alleged a “multi-year failure” to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voter registration lists as required by federal law.

Judicial Watch, Inc. touts itself as a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

 

Voting rights advocates and conservative activist group Judicial Watch, Inc. agreed to a dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the foundation to force three Pennsylvania counties to remove thousands of voters from the rolls ahead of the 2020 election.

The settlement agreed upon by the parties simply requires the Department of State to separately publish online data it already collects and publishes under Pennsylvania law. Under the settlement, the Department will carve out the data for five county defendants and publish it separately. The lawsuit did not show any failure of the state of Pennsylvania to comply with either federal or state law governing voter roll list maintenance. Judicial Watch was unsuccessful in forcing any purges of the voter rolls.

“This is undeniably a victory for voters,” said Samantha Apgar, president of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. “We are proud to have joined this case to prevent voters from being wrongfully purged from the voter rolls. The League will continue to fight for Pennsylvanians and prevent anti-voter groups like Judicial Watch from bullying states and counties into excessive purging and voter disenfranchisement.”

“Pennsylvania’s election rolls are cleaner – and will remain cleaner – thanks to Judicial Watch,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This federal lawsuit settlement is good news for voters in Pennsylvania who want to ensure that only eligible voters are on voter rolls.”

“Today, we put Judicial Watch’s false claims about the security of our elections to rest. This settlement confirms what the vast majority of Pennsylvanians know: our elections are free and fair,” said Jill Greene, voting and elections manager at Common Cause of Pennsylvania. “We’ll continue to protect our neighbors from attempts by outside groups to rob them of their right to vote.”

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in 2020 against three Pennsylvania counties and then-Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar. It then amended the suit in 2021 to sue five other counties instead – Luzerne, Cumberland, Washington, Indiana, and Carbon counties.

The group alleged a “multi-year failure” to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voter registration lists as required by federal law.

Judicial Watch, Inc. touts itself as a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

 

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Voting rights advocates and conservative activist group Judicial Watch, Inc. agreed to a dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the foundation to force three Pennsylvania counties to remove thousands of voters from the rolls ahead of the 2020 election.

The settlement agreed upon by the parties simply requires the Department of State to separately publish online data it already collects and publishes under Pennsylvania law. Under the settlement, the Department will carve out the data for five county defendants and publish it separately. The lawsuit did not show any failure of the state of Pennsylvania to comply with either federal or state law governing voter roll list maintenance. Judicial Watch was unsuccessful in forcing any purges of the voter rolls.

“This is undeniably a victory for voters,” said Samantha Apgar, president of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. “We are proud to have joined this case to prevent voters from being wrongfully purged from the voter rolls. The League will continue to fight for Pennsylvanians and prevent anti-voter groups like Judicial Watch from bullying states and counties into excessive purging and voter disenfranchisement.”

“Pennsylvania’s election rolls are cleaner – and will remain cleaner – thanks to Judicial Watch,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This federal lawsuit settlement is good news for voters in Pennsylvania who want to ensure that only eligible voters are on voter rolls.”

“Today, we put Judicial Watch’s false claims about the security of our elections to rest. This settlement confirms what the vast majority of Pennsylvanians know: our elections are free and fair,” said Jill Greene, voting and elections manager at Common Cause of Pennsylvania. “We’ll continue to protect our neighbors from attempts by outside groups to rob them of their right to vote.”

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in 2020 against three Pennsylvania counties and then-Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar. It then amended the suit in 2021 to sue five other counties instead – Luzerne, Cumberland, Washington, Indiana, and Carbon counties.

The group alleged a “multi-year failure” to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voter registration lists as required by federal law.

Judicial Watch, Inc. touts itself as a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

 

Voting rights advocates and conservative activist group Judicial Watch, Inc. agreed to a dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the foundation to force three Pennsylvania counties to remove thousands of voters from the rolls ahead of the 2020 election.

The settlement agreed upon by the parties simply requires the Department of State to separately publish online data it already collects and publishes under Pennsylvania law. Under the settlement, the Department will carve out the data for five county defendants and publish it separately. The lawsuit did not show any failure of the state of Pennsylvania to comply with either federal or state law governing voter roll list maintenance. Judicial Watch was unsuccessful in forcing any purges of the voter rolls.

“This is undeniably a victory for voters,” said Samantha Apgar, president of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. “We are proud to have joined this case to prevent voters from being wrongfully purged from the voter rolls. The League will continue to fight for Pennsylvanians and prevent anti-voter groups like Judicial Watch from bullying states and counties into excessive purging and voter disenfranchisement.”

“Pennsylvania’s election rolls are cleaner – and will remain cleaner – thanks to Judicial Watch,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This federal lawsuit settlement is good news for voters in Pennsylvania who want to ensure that only eligible voters are on voter rolls.”

“Today, we put Judicial Watch’s false claims about the security of our elections to rest. This settlement confirms what the vast majority of Pennsylvanians know: our elections are free and fair,” said Jill Greene, voting and elections manager at Common Cause of Pennsylvania. “We’ll continue to protect our neighbors from attempts by outside groups to rob them of their right to vote.”

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in 2020 against three Pennsylvania counties and then-Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar. It then amended the suit in 2021 to sue five other counties instead – Luzerne, Cumberland, Washington, Indiana, and Carbon counties.

The group alleged a “multi-year failure” to take reasonable steps to maintain accurate voter registration lists as required by federal law.

Judicial Watch, Inc. touts itself as a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

 

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