Looks like O.J. Simpson will soon be purged from the Miami-Dade voter rolls. Here's what we heard from Miami-Dade elections spokeswoman Christina White this morning:
"The state received the judgment from the State of Nevada. As such, the department was able to initiate the removal process."
Miami-Dade sent a letter to Simpson "notifying him of our belief that he has a felony conviction. If a response is not received within 30 days of the date the letter is signed for, we can remove him from the voter roll." (Here is the Redacted OJ Simpson File)
It's unclear if Simpson, who is in prison in Nevada after being convicted of robbery and kidnapping, will receive the letter sent to his recently-sold home in Kendall. White said that the law requires that the letter be sent to the address on record with the department.