Keizayla Fambro, an organizer with the Ohio Organizing Collaborative, spoke with The Guardian when news broke  that over 10,000 people in Ohio who were considered to have “abandoned” their voter registration, actually voted in the 2020 election. Fambro estimated that the Ohio Organizing Collaborative encountered one to two people a week on the purge list, and urged them to update their voter registration. “We would check them on a name and we would be like, ‘Oh my God, your voter registration needs to be updated, you could have been purged,’” she said. “Honestly, it was [a] coincidence.” Click here to read more.

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