"Much of the film focuses on thousands of people, many of them black, purged from voter lists because they were erroneously identified as felons. Ion Sancho, supervisor of elections in Leon County, said only 33 of the 690 voters removed from his lists could be confirmed as former convicts. Also taken off the voter rolls were 2,883 people who were convicted of felonies in other states that didn't revoke their civil rights. State officials said they needed to apply for Florida clemency, although civil rights experts said their civil rights should have been guaranteed." -- Coralie Carlson, Associated Press