Four Counties in Alabama Have More Registered Voters than Adult Residents || Christine Rousselle


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Four counties in Alabama have more registered and active voters than the number of voting-age adults in the county. An active voter means the person has voted within the last four years.

As of March, Greene, Hale, Lowndes and Macon counties had more active, registered voters than what the census estimated as their 18-and-older population in 2012.

Read More Here;    Four Counties in Alabama Have More Registered Voters than Adult Residents

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