The Democratic research and communications organization, American Bridge, first noticed the inaccuracy on Kushner's 2009 voter registration.
"Would anyone but the president's son-in-law still have a West Wing job after repeated disclosure errors and a botched a security clearance form?" Brad Bainum, a spokesperson for the organization, told Wired.
Earlier this year, Kushner updated his federal security clearance forms three times after failing to list the names of foreign government contacts and incorrectly listing the dates he received his graduate degrees.
One of his attorneys told The Washington Post that Kushner's representatives submitted an addendum the next day, noting that he did have foreign contacts and was willing to disclose them.
“Jared was trying to be fully compliant and upfront and transparent in this process, and when he learned that the document had been prematurely submitted, he was very clear that we should correct the record on that,” attorney Jamie Gorelick told The Post.
Neither Kushner, nor the White House, have commented on his voter registration.