One of the ways to ensure our elections are secure is to make sure that only Kentucky residents who are living are on the active voter rolls. Secretary of State Michael Adams has done just that. In his first two years in office, he’s removed over 104,000 dead voters. Secretary Adams said his “administration takes election integrity seriously.” Adams inherited “wildly inflated voter rolls when [he] was sworn in two years ago.” But in a press release, he assures Kentuckians that they can be confident in our election process.” In a time when election integrity is in doubt with many, Secretary Adams should be applauded by Kentuckians across the political spectrum. This is because fair and honest elections aren’t a partisan issue but rather benefit all of us regardless of political affiliation.