Florida rolls contain dead people, felons, duplicates
October 29, 2008
With balloting well under way in the general election, the Sun Sentinel found more than 65,000 ineligible and duplicate voters on Florida's registration rolls. These included at least 600 dead people, 32,000 voters registered more than once and more than 33,000 convicted felons who by law, should not be allowed to cast ballots.
Florida fails to comply with HAVA
The vast amount of voters on the rolls who shouldn't be there show that Florida has failed to comply with the Help America Vote Act in spite of spending $20,000,000 on their voter registration database. In the final five weeks before voter registration closed Oct. 6, Florida added more than 2,600 ineligible felons to the rolls. That's on top of the more than 30,700 the Sun Sentinel previously identified as of the end of August.
- Florida vote fraud news archive
- Dead people voting
- Felon vote fraud
- Multiple registrations and abnormal addresses