After he received the list, Palast said he analyzed it and discovered that 340,134 voters were purged when they shouldn't have been. To do this, he consulted experts who cross-referenced voter data with a number of other databases including cell phone bills and tax filings to see if, in fact, any of these voters had actually moved. Many had not. A list of the purged voters' names is available on Palast's website. While it is too late for them to register for the upcoming midterm elections, they are still eligible to re-register for the 2020 presidential election.
From the Rolling Stones article posted above.
I'll give you my guess at an answer.
#15 | POSTED BY ET_AL
One person does a full blow investigation. One pulls something straight from the ass.