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Florida Inquiry Letter NVRA FINAL

Florida Inquiry Letter NVRA FINAL

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Number of Pages:2

Date Created:February 6, 2012

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

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.February 2012 
VIA CERTIFIED MAIL 
The Honorable Kurt Browning Florida Secretary State Room 316, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, 32399-0250 
Dr. Gisela Salas Director, Florida Division Elections Room 316, R.A. Gray Building Tallahassee, 32399-0250 
Re: 	Inquiry into Florida's Compliance with Section the National Voter Registration Act, U.S.C.  1973gg-6 
Dear Secretary Browning and Dr. Salas: are writing inquire whether Florida complying with Section the National Voter Registration Act ("NVRA"). you know, the NVRA requires states maintain accurate lists eligible voters for use conducting elections. However, appears that your state may failing maintain accurate eligible voter lists. understand that Florida law may delegate some responsibility for compliance with the NVRA the counties
florida.However, before contact the counties directly, would like give you the 
opportunity clarify certain information the hope that further investigation ow pai1 will unnecessary. 
Our primary concern that Florida appears failing remove from the eligible voter lists the names people who have died moved, required the NVRA. U.S.C.  1973gg-6(a)(4)(a). According the U.S. Election Assistance Commission's 2011 NVRA Report Congress, Florida only removed 4,450 dead people from its eligible voter lists during
2009 and 2010.This one the lowest figwes the nation for that two-year period. 
question why Florida state with one the oldest populations -would have removed few 
dead people from its lists compared other states. Furthermore, according data provided
the Florida Depai1ment Hcalth,the State Florida experienced 172,509 deaths the year 

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