Hopefully This Trend Continues: This Red State Announces Withdrawal From Corrupt Voter Data System

By Joshua Wasson | Thursday, 26 January 2023 20:30
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Democrats are notorious for fighting against any change that seeks to clean up confusing voting laws or registration rolls.

Any state that wishes to change the laws will often find the liberals challenging the changes in court. And the turnout of such challenges usually ends up being based on whether the judge is liberal or conservative.

The Gateway Pundit reported that liberals set up a system “in 2012, the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) was formed as a membership organization primarily for blue States. ERIC is essentially a left-wing voter registration drive disguised as voter roll clean-up. But it’s been gaining traction in the Red States too. Originally funded by the Soros Open Society, it is now responsible for cleaning the voter rolls in 31 States, plus DC. A top election official from each member State is appointed a seat on the ERIC Board or as an Officer, all unpaid positions.”

The goal was clean up rolls in a way that favored the liberal left. Any deviation from the established method would be frowned upon.

The liberal system identifies voters who may be eligible to vote in a particular state. And shockingly enough, millions of new voters were found in the past presidential election. In a move that took liberals by surprise, the state of Louisiana decided that it had had enough of the system. State Secretary Kyle Ardoin backed the state out of the system because of security concerns about managing the data.


Surprisingly enough, the state of Alabama followed the path and removed itself from the system.

The Gateway Pundit quoted Alabama state Secretary Wes Allen stating, “I made a promise to the people of Alabama that ending our state’s relationship with the ERIC organization would be my first official act as Secretary of State. Providing the private information of Alabama citizens, including underage minors, to an out-of-state organization is troubling to me and to people that I heard from as I traveled the state for the last 20 months.”

He has certainly lived up to his promise.