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    Francis De Luca, president of the conservative Civitas Institute, explains why his organization has filed a lawsuit challenging votes cast using same-day registration.

Francis De Luca, president of the conservative Civitas Institute, explains why his organization has filed a lawsuit challenging votes cast using same-day registration. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
Francis De Luca, president of the conservative Civitas Institute, explains why his organization has filed a lawsuit challenging votes cast using same-day registration. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com

Civitas continues its fight against same-day voter registration with new lawsuit threat

December 28, 2016 5:40 PM