Scott Gessler's latest non-citizen check nets five Denverites, zero actual voters

Last week, Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced the results from his second round of checks to remove illegal voters from the state's rolls. His office says 300 alleged non-citizens are registered to vote throughout the state in addition to the 141 flagged in September. Since these names were sent to Denver, the state's largest county, just five registrations have been canceled. None of them have voted, and their presence on the rolls appears to be as a result of a clerical error.
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