JTN: A legal nonprofit group says New Jersey voter rolls have over 8,200 duplicate names, which creates the potential for one person to vote multiple times.
The findings by the Public Interest Legal Foundation also show several dozen individuals whose names are on the rolls three times, and a handful have their names on the rolls four, five and even six times.
“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.” according to foundation analysis published this week and reported by the Epoch Times.
The report states that the most common issue with duplicate registrations came down to sometimes “subtle” typographic errors such as mixed up letters.
“As an example, Julia Rose and Juila Rose are the same person, but she has duplicate registrations with unique voter identification numbers,” the report reads.
The organization notified the New Jersey secretary of state about the issue.
Other names on the voter rolls were highlighted for a variety of reasons including missing or made-up biographical information such as dates of birth and registration dates. more