Voter Fraud Cases Stem From Jailhouse Voter Registration Drive in Florida

Nine Florida sex offenders face potential voter fraud charges stemming from a voter registration drive held at the Alachua County jail in 2020.
Darry Lloyd, public information officer for the Eighth Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, told The Epoch Times the latest nine cases were referred by Kim Barton, a Democrat who holds the position of Alachua County elections supervisor.
The registration drive triggered a ​series of complaints lodged by Gainesville database researcher Mark Glaeser, who used his computer skills to identify potentially hundreds of illegal ballots cast by inmates around the state.
So far, 10 of the initial 34 inmates identified by Glaeser have been charged with voter fraud in connection with the 2020 jail registration drive held by the Supervisor of Elections Office in deep-blue Alachua County….

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