3 MINNESOTA counties hit with complaints for hundreds of duplicate voter registrations (alphanews.org)

Combined, Dakota, Hennepin, and Nicollet counties have 411 duplicate registrations on their voter rolls, according to the complaints.

The first three of several legal complaints have been filed against Minnesota county auditors who failed to remove duplicate voter registrations from the state system.

With the assistance of the Upper Midwest Law Center (UMLC), the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a nationwide election integrity nonprofit, filed complaints against Nicollet County, Hennepin County, and Dakota County this week for failing to comply with the law in removing duplicate names from the Minnesota Statewide Voter Registration Service (SVRS).

According to the first complaint, Nicollet County duplicated four voter registrations without removing their previous entry. One of those registrants is a “mentally ill” and “dangerous” individual who was allegedly able to vote twice in the 2020 election.

“Damian Kingbird is a career criminal who has been adjudicated mentally ill and dangerous, and civilly committed to the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter,” the complaint reads. “His reported crimes include making terroristic threats, sexual assault, and even sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl.”

The SVRS allegedly contains two listings, “Damain Kingbird” and “Damian Kingbird,” with the same address and date of birth. Both of his votes were by absentee ballot, according to a press release.


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