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Update # 2: Non-Citizen Voters May Top 180,000, and Issue Goes Partisan

According to this AP story, the list of non-citizens who are registered to vote in Florida now nears 182,000. Of even more concern, 172,000 of these have reportedly been identified by the state as having recently voted or recently registered to vote. Not surprisingly, … Continue reading

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1,251 Non-U.S. Citizens are Registered to Vote in Florida

Under Fla. Stat. 97.041(1)(a) 2 , a person must be a citizen of the United States in order to register to vote.  Several months ago the Fort Myers television station, NBC2, found that approximately 100 non-U.S. Citizens had registered to vote … Continue reading

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Counties Might Reduce Number of Voting Precincts

Under Fla. Stat. 101.001, the board of county commissioners in each county, upon recommendation of the supervisor of elections, can create or alter voting precincts in the county.  Several supervisors of elections in Florida have recommended that the number of precincts … Continue reading

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Governor Rates Supervisors of Elections

Florida Governor Rick Scott has released his office’s ratings for each of Florida’s 67 Supervisors of Elections. The rating chart can be viewed here. As this article reports, the ratings are not without controversy.

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