Posted by: Ann Corcoran | July 16, 2012

Florida (other states?) will see federal list of illegal aliens in vote fraud investigation

I wouldn’t hold my breath that Maryland would be seeking access to the federal database anytime soon.

From Newsmax on Saturday:

Florida election officials will have access to a federal database to help purge its voter rolls of non-citizens under an agreement reached between state and federal officials and welcomed on Saturday by Florida’s Republican governor.

Florida and federal officials have been battling over access to the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database for several weeks. Florida filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security to gain access to the database. The state was hit by a lawsuit from the U.S. Justice Department seeking to stop the purge.

Now other states are expected to ask for access to the database so they too can check their rolls. Some state governments have sought access to the federal database for years. Federal officials told Washington state back in 2005 they saw no way to compare voters and the Homeland Security information.

Colorado has sought the federal data for a year. The Centennial State, which has a Democratic governor but a Republican secretary of state, Scott Gessler, has identified about 5,000 registered voters that it wants to check against the federal information.

Officials in the politically competitive states of Ohio, Michigan, New Mexico and Iowa — all led by GOP governors — are backing his efforts.

Read it all.



  1. I am not sure exactly what that means since we have no way of knowing
    the substantive context of the agreement reached between DHS and Florida.

    I am glad to hear the court struck down Holders attempt to stop the purge, I had not heard that.

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