This article from Florida points out just one example. It's big when you look at how close that state has been recently in presidential elections.
More than 30,000 Florida felons who by law should have been stripped of their
right to vote remain registered to cast ballots in this presidential
battleground state, a Sun Sentinel investigation has found.Many are faithful
voters, with at least 4,900 turning out in past elections.
Wow. Sort of makes hanging chads not so important. Will anything be done about it, even though it's the law? Don't hold your breath.
"It's scandalous, really," said Lance deHaven-Smith, professor of public policy
State University. "Why do they have to cull the rolls after they get
registered? They shouldn't get on the rolls in the first place."
It might be interesting to see where all these "errors" occur. Ol' BC thinks that's not too likely. Democats seem to outnumber Republicans two to one according to the article.
Just an observation.