Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) is presented as a voter roll maintenance system for some states to keep their voter registration lists current. But data indicates it is another tool (like Dominion Voting machines, Runbeck Elections ballot printers, Konnech voting tabulation, running Mules, USPS Union, etc.) to control and manipulate elections.
ERIC was originally funded by the Soros Open Society to bloat the voter rolls. Evidence indicates ERIC is politically compromised. For instance, the number of Michigan’s registered voters has climbed dangerously—and impossibly—to 104% of its Voting Aged Population (VAP).
ERIC is sold to states as a way to purge invalid and ineligible voters. But again, facts show this is not so true.
Currently, 31 states have been lobbied and pay for this service: AL, AK, AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IA, KY, LA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, NV, NM, OH, OR, PA, RI, SC, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, DC, WV, and WI.
Below is a list of the 2020 voter registration numbers for the ERIC member states, expressed as total voter registration/total citizen voting age population.
Fifteen (50%) of the ERIC states, as highlighted, have voter rolls containing more registrations than their citizen voting age populations.
These numbers are from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission website, 2020 Election Administration and Voting Survey Report.
Here are the stats from non- member states, divided into “Blue” and “Red”,.
Blue state non-ERIC members:
Red state non-ERIC members:
🔹NONE of the Red State non-members have rolls in excess of their voting age population.
🔹Fifty percent of the Blue State non-members have voter rolls in excess of their voting age populations. These are also highlighted.
The average for registrations/eligible population for ERIC members is 98.85%. This does not count the District of Columbia, which is a member, but figures were not available.
This same average, for 18 of the 19 non-member states is 92.98%.
🔹Dividing that group into Blues and Reds, there are 6 Blue non-member states at average rolls of 100.4%, exceeding their voting age populations.
🔹The Red non-members average 89.3%.
Last week in Michigan, Rep. Ann Bollin (R), Chair of House Elections & Ethics Committee, announced, “We have initiated a deeper dive on our end with our legal counsel as we prep for an oversight hearing or letter of inquiry.”
Bollin’s announcement came in response to Michigan Fair Elections’ urgent warning that Verity Vote had exposed ERIC as politically compromised. The Representative’s announcement followed months of citizen research and a steady rain of alarming evidence surrounding ERIC, and it signaled the ship of state may be turning.
Meanwhile, the countdown clock ticks toward November’s mid-term elections, and ERIC continues to insert bias and bloat into the state’s qualified voter files. Legislative leaders are left with scant options to avert a looming election integrity crisis.
People have long known that ERIC obstructs transparency. It registers noncitizens, enjoys illegal access to Michigan residents’ personal information, and fails to remove moved, ineligible and dead voters. But on June 17, Verityvote.us, led by citizen investigator Heather Honey, demonstrated that the left-wing organization had crossed a red line.
“The primary effect of ERIC is to grow the voter rolls by converting eligible-but-unregistered (EBU) persons into registered voters. States divulge to ERIC personally identifying information of unregistered residents, including people who have declined to register for privacy reasons. FOIAs reveal that ERIC is sharing EBU records with Zuckerberg-funded CEIR.”
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