SURPRISE! Dead And Incarcerated People Just Voted In A Florida Sheriff Election

Democrats constantly insist that voter fraud doesn’t exist. This case is a good example of why they say that. A local sheriff election in Florida recently tilted to the Democrat candidate but there were major problems with the votes.

The Daily Caller reported:

42 Dead Or Incarcerated People Voted In Florida Elections

A total of 42 ineligible voters went to the polls in Putnam County, Fla., according to a Thursday report from the Florida Times-Union.

The ineligible votes came from deceased persons, convicted felons, or people who weren’t registered residents of the state of Florida, according to the report.

The election in question was a local sheriff’s race between Sheriff Homer DeLoach, a Democrat, and Jonathan Kinney, a Republican. DeLoach won the race in 2016 by only 16 votes.

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The original tally showed that Kinney led by 18 votes, but a state-mandated audit revealed that as many as 430 ballots didn’t appear in the original count because they weren’t uploaded to the county’s server on election night.

“There’s no fraud. There’s nobody adding ballots. There were no ballots sitting in somebody’s car,” County Elections Supervisor Charles Overturf, a Democrat, told the Times-Union in November.

DeLoach won the race after the votes were added.

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So the Democrat won after the fraudulent votes were added.

Are you seeing the problem here?


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