More than 3,000 Colorado voters have canceled their voter registrations after the Trump administration launched a voter fraud probe, according to Newsweek.
State election officials told the Denver Post that 3,394 voters have scratched themselves from the voter roll. Of those who were unregistered, nearly 90 percent were Democrats or independents. Some voters have also requested confidential status, which means their names will be removed when the state releases public voter information.
Though these withdrawals from the voter roll only comprise 0.09 percent of the state’s 3.7 million voters, election officials say they have never seen anything like this. read more