Don’t be surprised
The voting rights of the citizens of the United States are covered by the XIVth and XXIVth Amendment to the Constitution.
However nowhere does it pacifically state that if a citizen chooses to not vote that he can be removed from the voters list. Wisconsin and Georgia are currently doing this.
Even the Voting Rights Act of 1963-64 does not approach the problem of extended none voter.
Observing the lack of Federal solution for this problem a few states are removing non-voters who do not vote in the last three elections. Letter are being sent asking if they have moved from their last add.
Not surprising, these “address change letters” are being sent to areas that are poor or liberal. If the letters are not answered they are automatically removed.
Many voters are responding by indicating that they don’t like any candidate and their non-vote is a vote of no confidence, and should not be removed.
Don’t be surprised when you go to the poll and they cant find your name on the roll.
Ed Galindo Quartz Hill