voter fraud

The House and Senate are still at odds over election reforms that have gotten more confusing by the day

BY: - April 28, 2021

The state House approved a voting reform bill that passed 77-40 late afternoon Wednesday, in the waning days of the 2021 legislative session. But that bill was changed dramatically, and now, it’s not clear which piece of legislation will prevail. The Senate also has its own bill. Gov. Ron DeSantis is likely to weigh in […]

Voter fraud myth persists despite constant failure to prove claims

BY: - October 6, 2020

TOPEKA, Kansas — Scott Moore had never heard of the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck program before election officials in Kansas and Florida exposed his personal information, along with 944 other Kansas voters. The now-defunct Crosscheck was designed to help county clerks clean up registration lists by looking for voters who had moved to neighboring states. […]

New report: Vote-by-mail fraud is rare and it doesn’t benefit Democrats

BY: - August 5, 2020

Despite President Donald Trump’s criticisms and some Republicans suggesting the vote-by-mail method is likely to result in fraud and benefit Democrats more, a new report by Integrity Florida says otherwise. The report titled “VBM: A Safe Option for Florida Voters” says voting-by-mail doesn’t help the Democratic Party, but it does result “in higher ballot rejection […]

Despite President Trump’s criticisms, FL elections supervisors say mail-in ballots are safe

BY: - May 20, 2020

Regardless of what President Donald Trump thinks, says and tweets, Florida elections supervisors are urging voters to request mail-in ballots to ensure every valid vote is counted as the presidential election looms. “Voting by mail is a safe way to go. It’s a secure process in Florida. In my 26 years of elections experience, I’ve […]