About 121,000 registrations are being canceled for inactivity since 2012 or earlier; the other 192,000 either filed change-of-address forms or mail from election officials was returned as undeliverable.
Voter registrations can be canceled for inactivity after they failed to have any contact with election officials for three years and then didn’t participate in the next two general elections.
Voters on the state's cancellation list were mailed notices this month, and their registrations won't be removed if they sign and return postage-paid postcards within 30 days. They can also restore their voting status by re-registering to vote.
Voters can also check their registration status online by visiting the state's My Voter Page at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.