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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Betty Weimer
Virginia residents who make mistakes on their voter-registration forms may find themselves declared noncitizens and ineligible to vote by their county boards of elections, regardless of their actual status.
Ms. Weimer said that elections staff looks through voter-registration information on a continuous basis to ensure that the voter rolls are current.
Ms. Weimer said the error that removed the man from the voting rolls may have come from a mistake on his registration application.