Sunday, May 13, 2012

Non-Citizens Caught Voting in Florida

For those critics who say voter fraud is a myth, here is a report out of Florida that should concern all citizens who value the sanctity of the ballot:

Officials have so far identified 2,600 suspect voters and passed their information on to local election boards.

“These are the people that we have to notify by mail that we have a reason to believe that they’re a non-citizen,” Christina White, Florida’s deputy supervisor of elections told Miami CBS affiliate

A WFOR-Miami Herald analysis found that about 2,000 of the 180,000 voters under examination are registered in Miami-Dade County. The analysis found that a large number of those suspect voters may have cast ballots in the past — including in the 2000 presidential election, decided in Florida by just 500 votes.

The analysis also showed that one suspect person voted at least 30 times.

But according to the Progressives, we’re just trying to suppress the minority vote. Do legal non-citizens and illegal aliens qualify as a minority?


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