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A Seat At the Table host Munson Steed, CEO of Rolling Out, interviews Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia, and Greg Palast, journalist with The Palast Investigative Fund.

The ACLU of Georgia released The Palast Investigative Fund report: Georgia Voter Roll Purge Errors which details how the State likely removed nearly 200,000 citizens from the voter rolls who never moved from the address on their voter registration. Yet, the State removed them from the voter registration rolls, according to Advanced Address List Hygiene protocols.

Munson Steed holds a robust conversation with Executive Director of Georgia ACLU, Andrea Young, and Greg Palast, journalist who led the Fund's investigation and wrote the report.

For copy of the report, go to acluga.org/GeorgiaVoterRollPurgeErrors.