The Justice Department is demanding that Florida stop purging its rolls of allegedly ineligible voters because the process has not been cleared under the federal Voting Rights Act, TPM is reporting.
The Justice Department says the continuing purge also violates the cut-off time stipulated by the National Voter Registration Act.
The notice came (last night) in a letter to Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner, TPM says.
The news comes after state officials earlier today admitted they might not be able to double-check whether up to 182,000 registered voters are U.S. citizens, the Associated Press reported.
Read more at USAToday. By Michael Winter.
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