Providing supervisors of elections with the documentation they want before removing potential non-citizens from the voting rolls shouldn’t be a problem, Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner said Monday.
Detzner will be traveling the state next month to meet with local elections officials before resuming a controversial voter purge that spawned lawsuits and sparked an outcry from civil and voting rights groups because the majority of the flagged voters were minorities.
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