December 6, 2013
A lawyer for Florida's local election officials says a state-directed effort to identify and remove ineligible voters can continue.
A judge ruled Wednesday, that Florida counties can once again begin removing voters from the rolls, as long as there's evidence that person is not a U.S. citizen.
Opponents claimed the purge was unconstitutional because it's too close to the august 14th election.
A majority of the state's counties had suspended efforts to identify voters.