Looks like the DOJ got some bad news today, guess it's the opening act for tomorrow. LOL
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A judge on Wednesday rejected a request by federal authorities to block Florida's contentious move to remove potentially ineligible voters from its rolls.
Florida compared driver's license records with voter registration records and came up with the list of 182,000 registered voters who may not be U.S. citizens. The state did not send out the list because it was trying to access a federal immigration database to double-check the names.
A spokesman for Scott said the state will not distribute that longer list unless the state can check the names against a federal immigration database. Florida is suing to obtain access to that database after getting rebuffed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
FYI Florida is suing for access to this database as they are legally entitled to it for voter registration.[/quote]
So the question becomes is does the DOJ continue to throw these eligible voters under the bus that are false positives to protect the ineligible voters. Florida is suing for access to this database and if they get access to it to consequences could be enormous. If they find 10's of thousands of ineligible voters I don't see any alternative to every state doing the same thing.