Retired NYPD detective rivets listeners at Hudson 9/11 observance
HUDSON – To try to purge from her mind the horrors of working ground zero after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, New York City Police Detective Spike Cutolo took time off to visit New Hampshire. She had heard it was a beautiful state and wasn’t disappointed. But there was a bonus, Cutolo, now retired and a resident of the state she fell in love with, said Wednesday night. “There are a lot ... on September 12, 2013 Source: The Nashua Telegraph
Detzner meeting with election supervisors on voter rolls
TALLAHASSEE -- A little more than a year after the state was embroiled in controversy over the voter purge program, Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced he is embarking on a series of meetings with election supervisors to discuss the voter rolls. on September 12, 2013 Source: Orlando Sentinel
Greer case spotlights Florida's challenges in voter database 'purge'
Gov. Rick Scott 's administration will soon launch a new statewide hunt for suspected noncitizens on the voter roll, a process that last year led to lawsuits and lots of frustration in county elections offices because of a flawed "purge list." But if the state wants a clean roll, it might find out why it takes so long for a voter to be … on September 11, 2013 Source: Tampa Bay Times