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Florida's latest effort to purge noncitizens from the voting rolls comes to Sarasota today. Secretary of State Ken Detzner will meet with area elections supervisors and local citizens to talk about Project Integrity, which is aimed at identifying and
Fla. (AP) A federal judge has refused to stop Florida from removing potentially non-U.S. citizens from its rolls...Department of Justice sued the state to halt the purge, arguing it was going on too close to a federal election...District Judge Robert
Minnesota's popular system of allowing voters to register and vote at the polls on Election Day allows too many ineligible people to cast ballots, a lawyer for conservative activists and a Republican state legislator told a federal judge on Friday.
The lawsuits over Florida's voter purge program continue to fly, with a group of civil and voting rights organizations joining the fray against Gov. Rick Scott 's efforts to identify non-U.S. citizen voters. Filing suit in a Miami federal court
Of the 96 people purged from Florida voter rolls because they're in the country illegally, about half were in Lee County, a fact the county's supervisor of elections says does not mean she is on a crusade. Florida's purging of voters has become the
FoxNews.com The debate is over about whether people are out there that are non U.S. citizens who registered to vote...They can. -- Gov. Rick Scott , R-Fla., on Your World with Neil Cavuto Even as Attorney General Eric Holder was pleading with Senate
Fla. (AP) — The governor's contentious push to remove thousands of potentially ineligible voters from Florida's lists has been met with a lawsuit from the Justice Department and handled very differently by the state's independent election supervisors,
The Department of Justice is planning to sue Florida for pressing ahead with a sweeping effort to strike non-citizens from the voting rolls. Share This Story The planned voter purge has spurred a standoff between Florida , where Gov. Rick Scott has
Fla. In the wake of the controversial shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, Gov. Rick Scott's task force on Citizen Safety and Protection will hold its first public meeting just miles from where the 17-year-old was killed to examine the state's "
FoxNews.com The Justice Department set the stage Monday to sue Florida over its effort to purge the voter rolls of non-U.S. citizens -- just hours after Gov. Rick Scott announced that his administration was filing suit against the federal government