The Colorado voter purge list contains a whopping 769,436 names. Are you on it?
Colorado’s Online Registration Deadline is Monday, October 29.
ALERT! [Updated: Oct 22, 2018] Colorado Secretary of State Wayne W. Williams has stonewalled our request for complete information about the voters he has purged â€” that is, CANCELLED off the voter rolls. Unlike other states, he is keeping secret the address of voters, which the law requires he make public.
As a result of Williamsâ€™ stubborn violation of the anti-secrecy provisions of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, we cannot provide the confirming information we have given voters in several other states.
Therefore, especially if you have a common name such as James Brown, you could get a â€œfalse positiveâ€ â€” that is, we can correctly confirm that some James Browns have been purged, but we canâ€™t confirm that it is you. If you are on the list of those tagged as purged/cancelled, check your registration with the Secretary of Stateâ€™s website and RE-REGISTER if necessary. Also, in Colorado, most cancelled voters can RE-REGISTER AT THE POLLS. If you want a mail-in ballot, you must register by October 29.
Please note: PR flacks for the Secretary of State have stated that there are no voters purged or cancelled. This is absolutely not trueâ€”donâ€™t be fooled. This list of voters, marked â€œcancelled,â€ came directly from the Secretary of State himself.
We are sorry for the deficiencies in the information on this site compared to our other state look-up pages This is only and solely due to the withholding of information by the Secretary of State, a political partisan, in violation of the NVRA.
Our prime concern is Williamsâ€™ participation in the racially biased, partisan purge program directed by Kris Kobach of Kansasâ€”exposed in my investigation for Rolling Stone.
As a result of Williamsâ€™ continued hiding of public information, attorneys for the Palast Investigative Fund have sent him a 90-day Notice that we are preparing a lawsuit against him in federal court in Denver under the NVRA. We have already filed suit against Brian Kemp of Georgia.
â€“ Greg Palast