Thursday, September 27, 2012
Florida has officially restarted it’s controversial purge of registered voters less than 6 weeks before election day. Governor Rock Scott’s intention to resume the effort, detailed in a PowerPoint presentation, was first reported by ThinkProgress.
Initially, Florida identified 180,000 potential non-citizens to be purged from the voter rolls. That list was subsequently narrowed down to 2600 “sure fire” non-citizens. When it became clear in early June that even the smaller list was riddled with errors, elections officials stopped the effort.
According to the Miami Herald, Florida has sent just 198 names to local election supervisors. (Of those, no more than 36 have ever cast a ballot.) But there is already evidence that the latest list still is not accurate.
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