Registered Voters in Rhode Island
Voters Purged in Last 365 Days
Voters Purged in Selected County
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The state provides voter registration data for a free or low price. $300/yr
The state responds to FOIA requests. Yes
The state provides birthdates and age data. Yes
The state provides regular data releases (quarterly, monthly, or weekly). Monthly
The state disseminates data in an easily retrievable manner (email, web download, or mail). Email
The state provides an in-depth history of voters including telephone numbers and email addresses. Phone and Email
Percentage of purged voters to total voters 3.2
Voter Trends for Last 365 days.
Voter Breakdowns by Age
- In April, a spike in "dropped voters" and "new voters" resulted from the Rhode Island Department of State changing the format of a large number of Voter IDs. The large number of "purged voters" reflects this change of formatting by the state.
- According to the Rhode Island Department of State, after mail ballot applications for the March 2 special election was sent to all active voters, "Voters whose mail ballot applications were returned undeliverable were made inactive," resulting in 12,000 voters being moved from "Active" to "Inactive" status.