When Gov. Rick Scott announced this month that his administration would launch a new effort to purge noncitizens from the voter rolls, supervisors of elections throughout the state raised their eyebrows.
Lists of possible noncitizens issued by the administration last year were rife with errors, provoking accusations that Scott was trying to eliminate legal minority voters and leading to lawsuits.
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An attempt by Gov. Rick Scott to purge state rolls of ineligible voters last year met with questions about its fairness and eventually lawsuits. The state is about to start another effort to “scrub” the rolls.