Fight Voter Fraud Inc. (FVF), a 501(c)4 non-profit, non-partisan organization committed to “One Vote for One Legal Voter,” is seeking to raise awareness regarding the inaccuracy of voter registration data in Connecticut.
Upon a detailed review of data purchased from the Secretary of the State in December 2022, and August 2023, the group has identified the names of 116,188 voters who haven’t voted in at least four years, and who need to be canvassed. This is in addition to the names of 102,605 who have been inactive for five years or more, and are now legally due to be placed on the official ‘off-list.’
FVF also identified 1,414 registered voters (759 active and 655 inactive) whose voter registration date is listed as 1/1/1800 among numerous other registration anomalies.
Are these oversights and discrepancies the result of insufficient resourcing and/or support from the Secretary of State? Is there a general lack of awareness among the elected registrars who are responsible for maintaining our voter rolls? Or is there potentially just a shortage of man hours needed to accomplish these tasks?
As quoted from an email correspondence with Secretary of State, Stephanie Thomas, on August 23rd, “The registrars of voters in each town are responsible for the maintenance of their towns’ voter rolls.”
The discrepancies that have been uncovered highlight the urgent need for a comprehensive review of Connecticut's entire voter registration system.
To check on the status of the voter history and registration in your town, you can visit the Fight Voter Fraud website.
Fight Voter Fraud, Inc. is a non-partisan organization committed to upholding the integrity of U.S. elections and ensuring that every legal voter's voice is heard. FVF works tirelessly to promote transparency and accountability in the electoral process, advocating for measures that prevent fraudulent voting and protect the democratic rights of citizens. Learn more about the mission and initiatives at www.fightvoterfraud.org