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New Jersey voter registration records contain more than 8,200 duplicate names making it possible for one person to cast two ballots, plus another 61 triplicate registrations, seven quadruplicates, three pentaplicates and one sextuplicate, according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF).
“New Jersey’s voter registration system, like nearly every other studied by PILF, can be tricked into registering a person multiple times with extremely similar biographical data inputs at the same addresses,” the PILF analysis made public on June 6.
“These serve as an administrative challenge to be resolved as we see more automation to vote-by-mail. Otherwise, ‘John Public’ and ‘John Q. Public’ could each vote once, while the actual John is voting twice,” the report continued.
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