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It’s About Florida: Voting and Elections

Jun 28, 2012

Florida and the federal government are suing each other over the state’s effort to purge its voter rolls, and the state’s new elections law is still tangled up in litigation. Both issues mean there are still plenty of issues left to resolve before the August 14th primary. A panel of guests talk about what the varying lawsuits mean for Florida voters and what they should know before heading to the polls.

Host: Trimmel Gomes

Florida and the federal government are embroiled in dueling lawsuits over the state’s effort to purge its voter rolls. Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner talks about juggling his role as the chief elections officer and planning for the state’s 500th birthday celebration.

 

Host: Trimmel Gomes

Guest: Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner

An effort by the state to remove thousands of non-U-S citizens from the voter rolls could soon be facing a lawsuit. Several civil rights and voting rights organizations sent a letter Thursday to Secretary of State Ken Detzner asking him to halt an initial plan to make sure a list of 2600 people are eligible voters. Local supervisor of elections were sent the list, and complained the list was not accurate.