If the May early-vote rolls were fed into the computer instead of the August rolls, then wouldn't anyone who voted early in August be able to vote again on election day? It seems like disenfranchisement is only one aspect of the problem.
One explanation for why there are more votes than signed-in voters is that such double-voting occurred, along with an effort to hide it by allowing the double-voters to not sign in or to sign in on pages that would later vanish.
By MIcaela Watts, Josh Cannon, & Toby Sells
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