Gov. Rick Scott, citing “some hesitation,” signed legislation Friday requiring Florida to create an online voter registration system by 2017. In a signing letter, Scott expressed concern about “the timing of required deliverables” that coincide with ongoing efforts to modernize the statewide voter database. “This system has been experiencing maintenance issues, which election supervisors have rightly cited as a challenge to their duties,” Scott wrote.
Gov. Rick Scott, citing “some hesitation,” signed legislation Friday requiring Florida to create an online voter registration system by 2017. In a signing letter, Scott expressed concern about “the timing of required deliverables” that coincide with ongoing efforts to modernize the statewide voter database. “This system has been experiencing maintenance issues, which election supervisors have rightly cited as a challenge to their duties,” Scott wrote. Emily Michot Miami Herald
Gov. Rick Scott, citing “some hesitation,” signed legislation Friday requiring Florida to create an online voter registration system by 2017. In a signing letter, Scott expressed concern about “the timing of required deliverables” that coincide with ongoing efforts to modernize the statewide voter database. “This system has been experiencing maintenance issues, which election supervisors have rightly cited as a challenge to their duties,” Scott wrote. Emily Michot Miami Herald

Gov. Rick Scott with ‘some hesitation’ signs online voter registration law

May 15, 2015 1:36 PM

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