Purges: A Growing Threat to the Right to Vote

Source: Jonathan Brater, Kevin Morris, Myrna Pérez, Christopher Deluzio, Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, 2018

From the abstract:
Voter purges are an often-flawed process of cleaning up voter rolls by deleting names from registration lists. Done badly, they can prevent eligible people from casting a ballot that counts. This report examines the growing threat, and outlines steps every state can take to protect voters in November and beyond. This builds on the Brennan Center’s 2008 report, Voter Purges.