Supreme Court: Ohio can drop inactive voters from registration rolls June 11 (UPI) -- In a move that could impact future elections, the U.S. Supreme Court said Monday the state of Ohio can continue its controversial practice of purging names from its voter rolls. In a 5-4 vote, the court said the practice, called "Supplemental Process," doesn't violate the National Voter Registration Act, which aims to prevent states from removing names from voter rolls if they don't actually vote. Six other states -- Georgia, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania and West Virginia -- also purge inactive voters' names, but Ohio's is known as the most extreme. Election officials in the state send address confirmation notices to voters who have not cast ballots for at least two years. If a voter responds, their information is updated and they remain on the list. If they don't, their name is removed. ---------------------------------- Not sure about the legal arguments here but Ohio having that strict 2 year rule to stay active in the voter rolls or requiring a response to stay on the rolls would cut down on some crooked voting practices by the leftists. 2 years is kind of extreme but I think a 5 year limit would be a good place to start with maybe a requirement for the response request to be sent to the most recent address in the DMV file also if it differs from the one listed in their voter registration records. This may come in handy for Pennsylvania with Trump but not sure what their rules actually are.