Published: Oct 03, 2012 8:49 AM EDT
Updated: Oct 03, 2012 10:49 AM EDT

LEE COUNTY, FL - Nearly 50 Southwest Florida voters were stripped from voter rolls after a statewide sweep back in May. The move was designed to weed out voters who were allegedly not eligible due to questions of their citizenship. A recent lawsuit challenged the sweep and required all names to be re-instated. But Lee county Supervisor of Elections, Sharon Harrington says she is still waiting to hear from some of those voters who were dropped. Harrington says no one will be turned away at the polls. If those who have been stripped show up at the polls, they will be given a provisional ballot and asked to provide proof of citizenship, and if they do, their vote will count.