I inquired how voter lists are purged of dead voters--they look at obituaries every week in the two local papers.
I asked about some type of a state data base and he didn't seem to be aware of anything that he could utilize. I'm glad for the additional information at the Dept. of Health Records. If the information is already there, it should be easy to access the data. THANKS!!!
Here’s my idea for getting the dead off the list of registered voters.
Each time someone dies in the state a funeral director has to prepare a death certificate.
Pass a law that the funeral director is required to log into a
state database with the following information:
Date of death
Last known address (nursing home?)
Prior address if it can be determined – house address
Month by month this data base will be updated with current information.
Just prior to each election, county clerks and township clerks can download the up-to-date information of the deceased.
And purge their registered voters of the dead.
After posting the above on Facebook, here’s a good solution:
Death certificates are filed with the Wisconsin Vital Records Office, which is part of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Seems the State (or Counties) ought to be able to do a cross-reference comparison between that database and the registered voters to purge the deceased.
There is also the Social Security Death Index which provides most of the information you itemized. It is already available, online, for genealogy research.
Northwoods Patriots - Standing up for Faith, Family, Country - firstname.lastname@example.org
Judicial Watch – 2012 Election Integrity Project – cleaning up the voter rolls with True the Vote and Christian Adams
Judicial Watch – Voter Fraud Threat to Free and Fair Elections – PDF – This is the written text of the video above.