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Voters all across Florida are receiving hoax letters in their mailboxes indicating that the county Supervisor of Elections office is questioning their status to vote in the upcoming Presidential Election.
According to Sarasota Patch:
FBI investigators will now look into a rash of bogus letters sent to Sarasota voters questioning their citizenship and voter eligibility as well as numerous other letters sent across Florida.
Steven Ibison, special agent in charge of the FBI Tampa Field Office released a statement announcing he authorized the investigating for Central and Southwest Florida. Twenty three counties in Florida have reported these suspicious letters, WPTV reports.
Orlando’s Fox 35 reports of at least 5 letters being received as far away as Collier County, Sarasota County and voters here in Orange County have also received them – See Below.
Below video report is from Tampa Bay News 10:
The letters do not have an official return address and calls into question the voter’s citizenship, saying the resident is not eligible to vote unless a letter is returned in an enclosed form within 15 days.
Almost predictably, the recipients seem to be exclusively white, registered Republicans who consistently vote in elections – ‘Super-Voters’ as they are termed.
There is no telling at this point how wide spread the problem is. The Florida Division of Elections is aware and investigating the matter, which is against the law. If you should receive such a letter, contact your local officials immediately.
Buckle up folks, the next two weeks promises to be a bumpy ride!
UPDATE: VOTER FRAUD IN VIRGINIA BY SITTING CONGRESSMAN’S SON:
HOUSTON, TX. October 24, 2012― True The Vote (TTV), the nonpartisan election integrity organization, today raises awareness to a new investigation by Project Veritas demonstrating an incumbent congressional campaign’s willingness to violate Virginia’s new voter identification laws.
An undercover investigation evidenced incumbent Congressman Jim Moran’s (VA-08) field director and son, Patrick Moran, coaching a volunteer how to commit large scale impersonation voter fraud with fraudulent or intercepted bank statements and utility bills in the names of registered voters.
Virginia Election Code, specifically § 24.2-643(B) requires, “Commonwealth of Virginia voter registration card, his social security card, his valid Virginia driver’s license, his concealed handgun permit issued pursuant to § 18.2-308, or any other identification card issued by a government agency of the Commonwealth…a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck that shows the name and address of the voter.”
“I understand that the stakes are high for campaigns in states like Virginia and Ohio, but the willingness to skirt election law for political gain is unacceptable,” True The Vote President, Catherine Engelbrecht said. “The Commonwealth of Virginia’s voter identification law protects an individual’s right to vote even if they do not hold photo documentation. When a campaign’s leadership is open to finding ways around the rules, they must be exposed. Valid voter registration records and utility bills are not the playthings of political campaigns.”
Tags: Barack Obama, Congress, Elections 2012, florida, Mitt Romney, Progressives, Republican, Sarasota, Tampa
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