Suppressing dead voters is a good thing

NY Times:

A Bitter Partisan Fight Erupts Over Culling Voter Rolls

Some conservative groups say that the effort to prune rolls of people who have died, moved or lost their eligibility to vote is a matter of guarding against fraud, but critics say it amounts to intimidation and voter suppression.
Why is it that most dead voters vote for Democrats?  Democrats seem upset that their base of dead voters will not be able to vote.   It should be a very simple thing for a live voter to provide proof of life.  It makes no sense to suggest that any live voter will feel intimidates by correcting the voter rolls, with a valid ID of course.

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