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Topic - Ken Detzner
Florida's top election official is putting on hold a contentious plan to identify and remove non-U.S. citizens from the state's voter rolls.
State and national Republican Party officials are getting behind Rep. Allen B. West's call for a recount of all early votes in St. Lucie County, Fla., saying it would be "unconscionable" not to answer lingering questions about the results, which show the outspoken GOP lawmaker trailing Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy.
In a statement, Detzner said she has agreed to speak at Mission San Luis "on the topic of her choosing in the near future."
Detzner said the changes proposed for the database should "enhance and improve the credibility" of the system, but that the work would not be complete until 2015.