Databases, Felons, and Voting: Bias and Partisanship of the Florida Felons List in the 2000 Elections
GUY STUART analyzes the use of the felons' exclusion list in the 2000 presidential elections in Florida. He finds that the state produced a list that contained racially biased errors, and that county supervisors across the state did not use the list uniformly. Instead, party politics intervened: any partisan advantage Republicans gained from the use of the list was offset by Democratic supervisors' refusal to use a flawed list.
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