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Florida Congressional Democrats write letter to Gov. Rick Scott

Six Democratic members of Congress in Florida wrote a letter to Gov. Rick Scott criticizing the state's effort to search for noncitizens on the voter rolls. The members who signed the letter are Ted Deutch, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Alcee Hastings, Corrine Brown, Kathy Castor and Frederica Wilson. Download Deutch letter here.

The letter says that any efforts to update the rolls should be done with the "utmost caution and transparency" and questions the timing since it is three months before the primary.

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WestBrowardPolitico

How is it unlawful for the State to make sure that CITIZENS are voting in our elections?? This has Debbie written all over it!

Foxrepublican

All Floridians should call their local office and verify that they are still eligible to vote. Insist on a letter to prove it and a new voters card.

Mplp

Gov Scott needs to go!

Please go and sign the Petition below! and pass it on to everyone you know.

If the address below does not work go to Google and type in: Signon Florida Right of Recall.

signon.org/sign/florida-right-of-recall?source=mo&id=34247-17237865-MexV3Ix

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