The state of Texas is undertaking a purge of their voter rolls, 2 months from the national election. The purge includes some 80,000 names. all these people are supposed to be dead, but a number of them are complaining that they are very much alive. In that case, they are supposed to call up their local registrar to get back on the voter list. Problem is, the phones stay busy. If you can't get through, the Texas Secretary of State claims it is no problem. Just show up at the polls.
Of course if you do that, the people working the polls will not have you on the voter list. Are they going to let you vote? THat is debatable, because they are going to look upon youas an illegal alien if you look Latino. The real problem here of course is that it puts the burden on the voter, who has been falsely accused of being dead. inevitably, it will weed out the voters who are busy or not assertive enough to yell and scream and make a scene.
Which just might be the actual goal of the voters purge, know what I mean? The city of Houston has refused to do the purge until after the election. which is probably what should be happening across Texas, but will not.