After Trump Commission Setback, Voter Fraud Alarmists May Get Boost From SCOTUS

January 9, 2018 | | Talking Points Memo |

The case, Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute, is a challenge to Ohio’s scheme for purging people who haven’t voted recently from the voter rolls, a scheme the state implemented under pressure from conservative legal activists, including one who later joined the Trump voter fraud commission. [...]

“They want the ability to use non-voting to remove people,” Demos senior counsel Stuart Naifeh, who is representing the Ohio challengers, told TPM.  “And in these cases that they’ve brought or threatened to bring, they want counties or states to adopt that as a practice.”