Reg­is­tered to vote in mul­ti­ple states? Not in my ex­pe­ri­ence

The Denver Post - - OPINION - Re: Janelle Cer­nich,

“Should Amer­i­cans worry about Trump’s voter-fraud com­mis­sion,” July 6 let­ter to the edi­tor.

Let­ter-writer Mary Parker writes that there are prob­a­bly mil­lions of voters reg­is­tered to vote in two states be­cause they failed to un­reg­is­ter in pre­vi­ous state they resided in.

I can’t speak for all states, but when I moved to Ari­zona three years ago, I reg­is­tered to vote in that state. When I checked the voter registration site in Colorado not long af­ter, I was no longer shown as reg­is­tered to vote in that state and I did not per­son­ally un­reg­is­ter. Ap­par­ently all it took was to reg­is­ter in a new state.

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