Rick Scott recently kicked off a second round of voter purges, sending a local election board 198 suspected non-citizens that he wanted kicked off the voter rolls.
He's very proud, and even fundraising off his accomplishment. From the AP:
"'You see, unlike President Obama’s allies, I don’t view the world through a partisan lens,' says a letter mailed by the party and signed by Scott. 'I’m appalled that so many Democrats have stepped up to defend the right of non-citizens to cast ballots in Florida.'
The letter tells donors if they agree with Scott’s voter purge, to send a check to the Republican Party of Florida. It suggests amounts ranging from $25 to '$1,000 or more.'"
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