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Secretary of state vows to fight for voting laws

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By Jeff M. Hardison

TALLAHASSEE - While the issue lacks the excitement of hanging chads, the pieces of paper left when voters in 2000 punched holes in Florida's voting cards, an upcoming court battle between the state and a Chiefland voter may bring some clarification to residency requirements for voting in city elections.

Florida Secretary of State Kurt S. Browning said Jan. 31 that he "looks forward to vigorously defending the state's election laws" when he was asked for a response to the lawsuit filed against him by Andy Andrews, according to Division of Elections spokesman Sterling Ivey.


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