Statements about Elections
"13,000 Floridians are able to vote -- but their governor won't tell them."
As Florida secretary of state, Kurt Browning "allowed 1,800 illegal voters to register in Florida."
Gov. Rick Scott "tried to kick 180,000 people off the voter rolls."
"Every one of the 67 supervisors of elections" in Florida refused to carry out the effort to remove noncitizens from the voter rolls.
In 2008, "33.2 percent of those who voted early on the last Sunday before Election Day were African-American, while 23.6 percent were Hispanic."
Under Florida’s voting law, a requirement to turn in voter registrations within 48 hours "makes it impossible to meet the deadline if you’re working right to the end of the week."
Florida election officials’ requests to some residents to submit proof of citizenship is a "backdoor poll tax."
"In the 2000 Florida election, at least 1,100 eligible voters were wrongly dropped from voting rolls in an attempt to purge a list of felons. Many of those who were dropped showed up to vote and were told they could not."
"More than 250 (voter registration) groups, ranging across the entire political spectrum, have filed with the state and are registering voters right now."
"Seniors will see $500 billion in Medicare cuts to fund Obamacare."
"It's the first time in the nation this many members have been drawn (by a Legislature) into the same districts where it wasn't a court order."
"Before this law, any group could go out anywhere, register voters, sit on the voter registration forms for unlimited amount of time."
"Richard Hayne, president and CEO of Urban Outfitters … (is) a supporter of Rick Santorum and donated over $13,000 to him."
There are "a larger number of shark attacks in Florida than there are cases of voter fraud."
Says Mitt Romney "was one of the first national Republican leaders to endorse" Marco Rubio.
Says Newt Gingrich said "Spanish is the language of the ghetto."
Says Rick Santorum "voted to let convicted felons vote."
Proof of citizenship isn't necessary before you register to vote in Florida.
On whether he would run for U.S. Senate in 2012.
"At nearly 19 million people, the population of Florida is larger than all the earlier primary and caucus states combined."
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