Why did Governor Scott wisely, if belatedly, reverse course on his illegal effort to purge Florida citizens from the voter rolls?

Because, as Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley correctly noted on Monday to Steve Bousquet, “The data provided to us by the Florida Department of State lacked complete, credible and accurate data.”

Yup. Couldn’t agree more.

Here’s my Expert Report in the case, Arcia v. Detzner.

Florida Secretary of State flags 180,000 “potential noncitizens”

Suffice to say, if it wasn’t Mother’s Day, I’d have a lot more to say about the numbers… as reported here, here, here, and here.

For now, I’ve compiled a couple of my recent tweets on the purging by the Florida Secretary of State of “potential noncitizens”…

In next round of purges by Florida Secretary of State, it could be you bit.ly/Jo4ueB @ACLUFL @ProjectVote @BrennanCenter @votesafe

Of “potential noncitizens” in CDs in Miami-Dade, 17% in Wilson, 26% in Ros-Lehtinen, 4% in DWS, 25% in Diaz-Balart, 29% in Rivera #sayfie

In Miami-Dade, Florida Secretary of State flags 1,599 names as “potential noncitizens.” Will Congress take a look at possible vote purge?

Oh, you want raw numbers of potential noncitizens? 267 in @RepWilson, 414 @RosLehtinen, 57 in @DWStweets, 406 in @MarioDB, 455 in @RepRivera