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scrutinizing dozens of voter registrations tied to commercial mail centers after a probe in Minneapolis

are scrutinizing dozens of voter registrations tied to commercial mail centers after a probe in Minneapolis revealed a loophole in the state’s election system.
A new Star Tribune comparison of voter records and data from the U.S. Postal Service found that 95 voters were registered at the addresses of mail centers — such as UPS Stores — despite requirements that voters list their physical residence.

The findings show that illegal voter registration at mail centers extend beyond a Cedar-Riverside shopping center in Minneapolis, a previously unregistered center that became the target of a complaint when it was discovered that 141 would-be voters had registered there.

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