FL Investigation Reveals 180,000 Non-Citizens may be Registered to Vote

Florida officials have discovered that 180,000 registered voters may be non-citizens.

CBS4/Miami Herald analysis of information supplied by Miami-Dade shows a large number of the potential non-citizens voters cast ballots in the past — including the 2000 election, when the presidency was decided by just over 500 votes.

According to Deputy Supervisor of Elections Christina White, there are a “lot of non-citizens on our registration rolls.”

Florida’s Division of Elections is checking the citizenship of voters by comparing drivers license records, which show whether a licensed driver is also a U.S. citizen.

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  1. The unique, ultra-grassroots Central Fla. group trying to enlighten voters about US Sen. Bill Nelson’s two-faced voting record announced Thursday that its http://www.NixBillNelson.com web site has reached a remarkable 50,000 hits since Aug. 1 launch. The statewide traffic brought with it enough donations to put up billboards in four Florida cities for further visibility for the site. More billboards and yard signs are targeted and a radio spot is in production for the final week before the election. Even several reluctant major papers are now reealizing what a compelling story it is that a bartender, used-car salesman, construction worker and two middle-class retirees might just tip the balance in a US Senate race.

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