Given Governor Ron DeSantis’ ever increasing popularity, re-election in 2022 appears to be a foregone conclusion. The Sunshine State’s electoral systems have been lauded as the gold standard of the country … but are they?
The bar is exceedingly low, given the findings of Arizona’s audit and the mounting list of anomalies in Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and other states.
Defend Florida, a 30,000+ grassroots organization committed to ensuring free and fair elections, canvassed 14 of Florida’s largest counties. This public effort has uncovered 2020 voter roll anomalies such as:
• Over 700,000 registered voters who did not vote in over eight years.
• 137,000 voters who should have been removed by law in 2017.
• 61% of canvassed voters no longer live at registration address.
• 6% of canvassed voters were deceased.
• 18% of canvassed addresses were not residential addresses.
More Evidence On Voting Systems Vulnerabilities
With mounting evidence showing electronic voting systems vulnerabilities, concerned Floridians are pressing their representatives for iron-clad reforms.
So far, they have met staunch opposition from Laurel M. Lee, Secretary of State and Maria Mathews, Division of Elections Director. Laurel Lee admitted applying for and receiving a $200,000 grant from the Zuckerberg funded nonprofit Center for Technology and Civic Life (video available).
Lee was appointed by DeSantis to replace his original choice, Mike Ertel. She was a former Hillsborough County Circuit judge.
Defend Florida Staff Writer
Contact: Caroline Wetherington
Defend Florida co-founder