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More than 1,000 registered voters in Broward County unlawfully listed United Parcel Service (UPS) boxes as the address where they live, official records show.
According to Florida Statute 97.053, voter applicants must provide their “legal residence address.” The official Florida Voter Registration form specifically asks for “Legal Residence-no P.O. Box.” On the Broward Supervisor of Elections website, citizens are told valid applications must include, “Full Name, Date of Birth, Address of Legal Residence (address where you live), Florida Drivers License number or Florida ID card, or the last four digits of Social Security number and signature.”
Despite the clear instructions, a Media Trackers Florida investigation found 1,128 registered voters in Broward County listed a UPS box as the place where they live.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
originally posted by: Grambler
a reply to: carewemust
If it were republicans doing this the media would be going hysterical right now.
How do you know that it wasn't Republicans who tried to vote 108 extra times and not some guy in a van full of stickers?
originally posted by: Stupidsecrets
a reply to: Grambler
Man, if everyone could set these stupid parties aside and recognize that fraud and crime should be punished equally we might actually have a decent society.
I will never defend anyone doing this stuff. Not Obama, not Trump. Nobody. Burn all of them.
Steve Kornacki @SteveKornacki
There are several unresolved issues in Florida, where Bill Nelson currently trails by 21,888 votes (0.26%). One involves the large drop-off between total ballots cast in Broward County from the Gov to Senate race. It's out of whack with every other county in the state:
2:13 PM - 8 Nov 2018