, is that true? How do you know?
"Scott's elections agency is refusing numerous requests from voter advocacy groups and news outlets to release the list" http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/elections/state-wont-release-larger-list-of-possible-noncitizen-voters/1237192
Notice how it doesn't say "from election officials." These are not election officials asking, they are private groups. They include the Press, whose job it is to tell things to the public; these names can and probably will get out if the press is informed. Gov. Scott's excuse is that he's checking whether they are public documents, which makes sense since it is the public asking for them.
In fact, how could voters possibly be disenfranchised if the names do not end up in election officials' hands so that they can enforce them as a blacklist? Anyone who thinks voters may be disenfranchised must necessarily assume that election officials must be given the names to accomplish that heinous act.