Here’s some more information about the 41 (out of the 2,625 people flagged by the FL Secretary of State as being “potential noncitizens”) who ended up being purged from the voter rolls.
Again, that’s 41 registered voters the FL SOS was able to identify and purge as “potential noncitizens,” out of some 11.2 million eligible citizens on Florida’s voter rolls.
So, who are the 41 registered voters who were purged by the FL SOS (out of its list of 2,625 “potential noncitizens”). Of the 41 who were purged, the SOS had no record of 31 of them ever voting. Six 6 were registered in 2008 and 6 were registered in 2010 & 2011. Another 27 were registered to vote between 1990 & 2007. In fact, the FL SOS provided no information on the date when two of the suspected “noncitizens” it identified and subsequently purged where even registered to vote, much less ever voted, in the Sunshine State.
Of the 41 purged “potential noncitizens” identified by the FL SOS, 21 are at least 45 years old, 13 are women, and 21 are from Miami-Dade and Broward counties in south Florida.
Let’s take a closer look at the racial/ethic breakdown of the 1,599 “potential noncitizens” residing in Miami-Dade who were among the 2,625 people targeted by FL SOS. Of those tagged as being a “potential noncitizen,” 1,214 are Hispanic, 152 are black, 75 are white, and 27 are Asian.
In all, the FL SOS purged just 15 of the 2,625 “potential noncitizens” it identified as living in Miami-Dade county. That’s 15 wrongly registered voters out of more than 1.2 million citizens who are registered to vote in the county.
Of the 75 whites & 27 Asians identified as “potential noncitizens” by FL SOS, none were purged from the rolls. Of the 15 who were purged, 2 are African American & 11 are Hispanic.