180,000 non-residents could be registered to vote in Florida

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    Restore America.
     
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    Call me when they actually vote. Until then........you got nuttin'.
     
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    I my county we had 4 out of 127,000 voters.

    2 of the 4 had voted in several elections.
     
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    Why is it that putrid stupid libturds expect us to believe that people would go to ALL the trouble to REGISTER to vote but then won't vote. That defies logic.
     
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    And then they tell us that asking for ID will discriminate against minorities, which also defies logic.
     
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    I agree with you; in no way does asking for ID discriminate against minorities. However, registering to vote isn't "trouble"; in fact, I've used my VRC to verify my address numerous times. By the same token, I haven't voted in many if not most elections and referendums.
     
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    Yea, they're just magically registered for no reason nutball.
     
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    Is that why only half of registervotes vote.... the problem here is that realtiy is contrarty to what you beleive becaue you beleive in stupiddiy
     
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    apparently the ID works just fine for non-residents, i guess they are not minority, elderly or the poor ...
     

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