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Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Arrests in Florida for Election Fraud

1 month ago   |   By NY Times

The 17 arrests announced on Thursday were the first by a new office dedicated to pursuing election crimes. The suspects were said to be former felons who had voted illegally in an election in which 11.1 million Florida residents cast ballots.
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DeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges

DeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges

1 month ago   |   By Politico

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced that the state is in the process of arresting 20 ex-felons - mostly in South Florida - for voter fraud tied to the 2020 election, the first round of what he promises will be a wave of voter fraud arrests.
The investigation was led by the DeSantis-championed Office of Election Crimes and Security, an office created during the 2022 legislative session to focus on election fraud investigations and prosecutions. The first round, announced during a press conference in Broward County, was focused on felons who illegally voted in 2020 by...
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New Florida Agency Has First Voter Fraud Charges

New Florida Agency Has First Voter Fraud Charges

1 month ago   |   By Newser

Florida's election crimes office, which came into existence on July 1, has uncovered its first cases of voting fraud, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday. At a news conference in Fort Lauderdale, DeSantis said 20 people who had been convicted on murder or sexual assault charges cast votes in the 2020...
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