November 3, 2008
- Oct 29, 2008 Florida rolls contain dead people, felons, duplicates
- Oct 28, 2008 Scaring student voters at Drexel
- Oct 28, 2008 Rhode Island one of 13 states in Brennan Report
- Oct 27, 2008 Confusion rises over Tennessee felon's voting rights
- Oct 27, 2008 Allowing felons to vote could help Obama
- Oct 23, 2008 Vermont, Maine only states to let inmates vote
- Oct 20, 2008 How Felons Who Vote Can Tip an Election
In October of 2008 a Florida newspaper, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, found that more than 30,000 felons in the state who should have been stripped of their right to vote have remained registered on the voting rolls -- including 5,600 still in prison.
State Attorney General Bill McCollum has raised concerns of vote fraud as a result of improperly maintained voter rolls. So far instances of such fraud have remained isolated.