, then the problem would be the lack of responsibility to the process on Florida's voting system, did they not learn from past issues?! +William Fullington
. the links you provided make reference to Felon Voting Fraud, Frauds committed by ACORN employees and not by fraud due to legal status.
It is understandable that non-citizens do not have a right to vote, however, Rick Scott has specifically targeted the Latino Democratic vote, which is ridiculous since most Latinos in Florida State vote Republican. This is paranoia at its worst, a "whatever it takes" attitude that compromises a citizen's right to vote because of a last minute "grasping at straws".
Late last year, Gov. Scott ordered Secretary of State, Kurt Browning to, "identify and remove non-citizens from voter rolls". The process, which created a list of 182,000 people, was considered so flawed by Browning that he refused to release the data to county election officials. Browning resigned in February and Scott has pressed forward with the purge, starting with about 2600 voters. Now, the Governor has a new minion who is ever so complaisant.
In any event, it's without merit, because the people vote for electors and the electors are who then vote for the president.