We learn from reporter Amy Sherman's story last week in The Miami Herald that this is part of a campaign by Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican, to weed noncitizens off the rolls of the state's voters. Initially, Florida claimed 180,000 were possible noncitizens. That number was eventually whittled way down to about 2,600 people. InMiami-Dade County, where the largest number of them live, 385 have been verified as citizens. Ten have admitted they are ineligible or asked to be removed from the rolls.