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Nearly 800,000 names axed from voter register, official figures show: Should politicians be able to delete voters from voter registers in order to win elections?

Nearly 800,000 names axed from voter register, official figures show: Should politicians be able to delete voters from voter registers in order to win elections?
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  • No they should not be allowed

    Politicians can delete the voters from the voter register based on their convenience, based on the facts or assumptions that states which voter will be voting against them. This wouldnt help in conducting fair elections. To avoid that possibility , politicians shouldnt be allowed to delete voters from voter registers

  • Politicians shouldn't be able to stack the odds in their favor

    As long as someone has a valid form of identification, this includes a birth certificate, they should be able to vote. Having rules to keep people from voting does nothing but benefit politicians who are dirty to begin with. Start loosening the strictures and we might just have an honest election.

  • Just by the question alone you can see that something is seriously wrong with that

    If you're in a position to get something and the main thing stopping you is how many people get a say on that, you can't just delete people from the equation just because they pose a threat to you getting that thing. That is something that will obviously be used with malicious intent and silences people just because they don't share a similar viewpoint.

  • Nearly 800,000 names axed from voter register, official figures show

    Nearly 800,000 names axed from voter register, official figures show: Politicians should not be deleting voters from voter registers in order to win elections. However ghost electors or people who have died, moved or do not exist should definitely not be included in the register because it is definitely expensive. But the problem with this decision is that of timing, the government should have followed the advise of its own independent regulator of elections.


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