Nearly 2,400 registrants listed on New Jersey's voter rolls are 105 years old or older, according to a review of data.
In addition, Public Interest Legal Foundation researchers state that they have found 8,239 duplicate registrations on New Jersey’s voter rolls — including 61 triplicate registrations, 7 quadruplicate registrations, 3 pentuplicate registrations, and 1 sextuplicate registration.
PILF researchers also state that they have found more than 33,500 voter registrations with placeholder or fictitious dates of birth, including 16 voters listed as having been born from 1800 to 1900 and nearly 900 voters listed as having been born from 1901 to 1920.
Most of those voter registrations are in Essex County and Middlesex County which are strong Democrat strongholds.
That data has spurred PILF to file a lawsuit against New Jersey Secretary of State Tahesha Way, whom they allege is violating the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) by refusing to disclose documentation showing how the state’s election officials remove duplicate registrants from voter rolls.