Gov. Rick Scott’s effort to remove non-citizens from voter rolls and the state’s “Stand Your Ground” self defense law are both overwhelmingly supported by most Florida voters, a poll released Wednesday shows.
The battle of demands between the state of Florida and the Department of Homeland Security over access to a federal immigration database hit a new level Tuesday, with the state issuing another demand letter.
The state of Florida is about to get sued again over its controversial push to remove potentially ineligible voters from the rolls.
Florida’s governor Rick Scott is battling the the US Justice Department over Scott’s efforts to purge the voter rolls.
There is a battle between Florida’s governor Rick Scott and the US Justice Department over Scott’s efforts to purge the voter rolls.
Florida Governor Rick Scott continued Thursday to push back criticism that he was conducting a voter purge for political purposes.
Florida Governor Rick Scott said Thursday he knows what it’s like to be purged from voter rolls because it’s happened to him in the past.
It wouldn’t be a presidential election year without some sort of shenanigans going on in Florida. The latest case is squaring off the Department of Justice against the state of Florida and the state of the Florida against the Department of Homeland Security.
A coalition of citizens and a Hispanic advocacy group, with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union, have filed a federal suit to stop Governor Rick Scott’s purging of “non-citizens” from the voter rolls.
The election year fight by Governor Rick Scott to purge voter rolls of “non-citizens” is in trouble of spiraling Florida into a similar situation the state faced in the disastrous presidential election in 2000.