Skip to comments.Florida Halts Its Search for Violations of Voter Law
Posted on 06/08/2012 10:23:34 PM PDT by South40
Floridas attempt to purge ineligible voters from its rolls has been halted, at least for now.
County election officials say they have stopped searching for illegally registered voters because the states list of 2,700 voters suspected of being noncitizens is outdated and inaccurate.
We felt the information wasnt credible and reliable, said Vicki Davis, president of the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections. Too many voters on the states list turned out to actually be citizens.
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Which is true?
I know they have doing Democrap propaganda for decades, but an outright blatant lie?
When the opposite story appears the same day??
Then the FL SOS should publicly demand a retraction as well as its Atty. Gen. go On the Record about it (she and Greta are old friends).
The Dems/BHO cartel need to be called out on every lie possible - publicly - since far too many people believe what they read and hear in the leftist media.
Illegals voting, dilutes an American citizen's vote and makes it less valuable.
Ummm... Isn't that the point of all of this?
Well it *is* outdated and inaccurate if you deem the 2700 as now all, by fiat, eligible.
Checking the list is the responsibility of the local Supervisor of Elections.
Can any FReeper lawyer confirm the following:
1. Failure to perform the duties of the office means Gov. Scott can remove the elected official who refuses to carry out the duties of the office.
2. The local court can also so do if a Mandamus action is filed.
well, i may just be an office puke, but if the list is old and outdated, how in the world will you update it if you just stop?
my boss would tell me to go through the list and update it... sounds pretty simple to me
My first reaction, as well" How the hexx can they correct the list's being "outdated and inaccurate" if they stop checking and updating it?
Stupid, leftist, traitorous NYSlimes!!
In this day of deception, it's a legitimate charge to make.
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