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|'My first thought was, Oh, no!' Sharp, who is African-American, said. 'They ain't messing with us poor black folks! Who is challenging my right to vote?' The answer to Sharp's question is that a new watchdog group, the Ohio Voter Integrity Project, which polices voter-registration rolls in search of 'electoral irregularities,' raised questions about her eligibility after consulting a government-compiled list of local properties and mistakenly identifying her house as a vacant lot. The Sharp household had first been identified as suspicious by computer software that had been provided to the Ohio Voter Integrity Project by a national organization called True the Vote. The software, which has been distributed to similar groups around the country, is used to flag certain households, including those with six or more registered voters. This approach inevitably pinpoints many...|
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