The Florida voter purge is not dying down. In fact, 180,000 questionable names could be removed from the state voting rolls.
The list cross-references the names on Florida's voter rolls and the roster of non-citizens at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
"They are just potential non-citizens that we are going to be combing through and seeing how many of them are not citizens and need to be removed from the voting rolls," says Chris Cate, the spokesperson for the state's Secretary of State Office.
Governor Scott's office has admitted the list could be flawed, but they're suing the federal government for a more accurate database of non-citizens in Florida.
"We know from the list of 180,000 that it's not a perfect list. And the reason we know that is because the drivers license database is only as good as someone's last interaction," says Cate.
He says they won't remove any potential voters until they've been contacted and can prove they can legally cast a ballot.
But, over 2,600 questionable names have already been purged from Florida's voting rolls. Researchers from the University of Florida say more than 98% of those people who have been removed from voting rolls are eligible to vote.
The list is being released after a public records request by groups like the ACLU and the Florida Democratic Party.