(ONN) – Ohio’s elections chief is leading an effort to make sure eligible voters aren’t scrubbed from the rolls.

Secretary of State Frank LaRose plans to work with community organizers to pursue inactive voters who are in danger of being purged from the registration list.

Under Ohio law, election officials can remove voters from the list if they haven’t voted during a six-year span or if they haven’t responded to mailed notices.

Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections have until July 15th to compile a list and submit it.