Officials with the Justice Department plan to meet with officials from the Pulaski County`s Circuit Clerk`s office and Election Commission to discuss the county`s troubled voter-registration database. The database has previously been the subject of a special grand jury report, which found that the rolls of voters are only 50 percent accurate. The grand jury found that the database contained the names of felons, murder victims, minors, aliens and people with incomplete or unconfirmed residential addresses. The problems culminated in last November`s election, when thousands of people had to wait in long lines at polls and hundreds of ballots were contested for incomplete information. County officials said it was unclear exactly what the Justice Department is looking for.