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Florida takes steps to purge The Juice (O.J.) from Miami-Dade voter roll

Though O.J. Simpson remained on the Miami-Dade voter rolls five years after his 2008 felony conviction, he hasn't been voting absentee from behind bars in Nevada:

"Orenthal Simpson last voted in the November 4, 2004 General Election," says Christina White, a spokeswoman for the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections. "The Miami-Dade Elections Department does not have the authority to remove a voter from the registration system without receiving documentation related to a felony conviction. We have been in communication with the Florida State Division of Elections regarding this matter, who we understand will be requesting a judgment from the State of Nevada. After which, we will be permitted to take removal action."

Read yesterday's post about how the notorious felon was still on the voting rolls in Florida. 

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Redundant

No problem --- as long as he votes Republican.

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