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Voter Investigation In OH

Ohio’s elections chief refers for investigation more than 350 apparent non-citizens, who either registered to vote or cast a ballot last year. Secretary of State, Frank LaRose says that, of those, 77 cast ballots and 277 simply registered. They were identified as part of a routine review. Ohio does not maintain a comprehensive database of all non-citizens in the state, so LaRose’s office cross-matched voter records against citizenship statuses reported to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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