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January 13, 2014 2:27 PM

NAACP, Democrats vow to fight Rick Scott’s second voter purge

Democrats and NAACP leaders on Monday protested the latest attempt by Gov. Rick Scott to scrub ineligible voters from registration rolls, calling it an intentional ploy to block certain minority voters from casting a ballot.

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