Florida Voter-Purge Stirs Debate Florida is once again purging voter rolls of thousands of suspected felons who are ineligible to vote in the state. But opponents note that when Florida last purged voter rolls in 2000, thousands of residents were erroneously listed as felons. Many are still trying to get their voting rights restored. Hear NPR's Philip Davis.
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Florida Voter-Purge Stirs Debate

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Florida Voter-Purge Stirs Debate

Florida Voter-Purge Stirs Debate

Florida Voter-Purge Stirs Debate

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Florida is once again purging voter rolls of thousands of suspected felons who are ineligible to vote in the state. But opponents note that when Florida last purged voter rolls in 2000, thousands of residents were erroneously listed as felons. Many are still trying to get their voting rights restored. Hear NPR's Philip Davis.