Voter Rolls

Revamped Attempt To Scrub Voter Rolls To Get Underway The state will soon begin forwarding the names of suspected non-citizens on the voter rolls to local elections officials, formally kicking off the second version of Gov. Rick Scott's controversial scrubbing program.
Broward Elections Head To Illegal Voters: "If They Vote, They'll Be Arrested"For Broward County’s illegal voters, Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes is their worst enemy. Snipes said that she snatched up five ballots before they could be mailed to convicted felons who have been accused of voting illegally. What she did mail them is warning letters.
Judge: Florida Voter Purge May ContinueFlorida’s voter purge of roughly 200 ineligible voters from state voter rolls may continue, a federal judge ruled Thursday. Judge William Zloch said Florida has a “compelling interest” to make sure non-citizens don’t cast ballots.
Poll: Non-Citizen Voter Purge, Stand Your Ground, Both PopularGov. 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.
Feds Demand Florida Halt Removal Of Ineligible Voters From RollsFederal authorities are calling on Florida halt its push to remove ineligible voters from the voter rolls, citing a violation of U.S. law.
Decorated Broward War Hero Targeted In Gov. Scott's Voter PurgeA 91-year-old decorated World War II veteran is just one of hundreds of South Florida voters shocked to learn that they’ve been identified as a non-U.S. Citizen and may be ineligible to vote.
Dead S. Fla. Voters Purged From RollsCan you be in the grave, but still have a pulse to vote? The answer is yes, in South Florida.
Election Supervisors Told To Remove Dead From Voter RollsZombies can vote in Florida. Well, not exactly. It seems the state has 53,000 dead listed on the voter rolls and now election supervisors have been told to remove them.
State's List Of Possible Ineligible Voters Grows To 180KFlorida officials continue to investigate the citizenship of Florida registered voters and now the number of potentially ineligible voters in the state is growing.