By DAVE TAYLOR
The Trimble Banner
One-fifth of Kentucky’s counties, including Trimble, have more voters on the rolls than residents eligible to vote, according to a claim by an Indiana-based law firm that pushes conservative causes.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation, of Plainfield, Ind., is threatening lawsuits against 141 U.S. counties that it says has more registered voters than residents who are eligible to vote. The organization claimed in a news release that many of the counties “have more registered voters than people alive.”