- Aug 1, 2014
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- Political Leaning
TALLAHASSEE — Florida Department of State officials have asked federal prosecutors to investigate possible election fraud in Broward County and three others where Florida Democratic Party volunteers are accused of sending voters altered state election documents with incorrect information.
“Making or using an altered form is a criminal offense under Florida law,” wrote Bradley McVay, the state department’s lawyer.
The claims brought forth by the Department of State focus on altered dates on official forms used to fix mailed absentee ballots, known as “cure affidavits.” Those forms were due by 5 p.m. Nov. 5, a day before the election.
But records released by Florida officials Tuesday show voters in four counties submitted altered forms that show the ballots could be returned Nov. 8, past the deadline. The voters received the altered forms from Democratic Party volunteers, some election supervisors said.
Florida democrats are firing back with finger pointing at the GOP, saying some voters in conservative Bay County were allowed to return by email and fax (I've no idea who does that).
DOJ needs to step into the cluster-f that is Florida's election process, and dole out indictments for ANYONE caught breaking the law. This nonsense has gone on long enough.