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  • n. Plural form of nonmatch.


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  • A third of the DNA scans now routinely done in new rape investigations are nonmatches.

    Genetics In The Courtroom

  • Clarify Ohio law concerning nonmatched voter registration data and develop clear rules for processing relevant nonmatches;

    Brennan Center for Justice

  • The board ordered local election clerks to cross-check only voters who register from August onward and let nonmatches vote without consequence.

    The Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Latest Headlines

  • In the year ending Sept. 30, election officials in Nevada, for example, used the Social Security database more than 740,000 times to check voter files or registration applications and found more than 715,000 nonmatches, federal records show.

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  • Considering that in the past year the state received nearly 290,000 nonmatches, such a plan could have significant impact at the polls.

    t r u t h o u t

  • Election officials in Georgia ran more than 1.9 million checks on voter files or voter registration applications and found more than 260,000 nonmatches.

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  • "In most states, voters who are labeled 'mismatches' or 'nonmatches' are still added to the registration list and can cast ballots.

    New Voters Under Siege: Ohio Exemplifies National Voting Rights Issues


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