In the lead up to last year’s midterm election, efforts to register Tennesseans to vote led to a noticeable influx of applications — and eventually a legal challenge. In Shelby County, one organization turned in 10,000 forms on the final day of registration, according to Secretary of State Tre Hargett. A similar significant increase in new voter registration was seen in Davidson County as well. But many of the registration forms contained incorrect or incomplete information, according to election officials. Joe Ebert, The Tennessean.
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