Voter Fraud Extremely Rare In Florida: 'More Likely To Get Hit By A Bolt Of Lightning' | ThinkProgress
According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, 178 cases of alleged voter fraud have been referred to the department since 2000. […]
Fraud, [Ion Sancho, the 24-year veteran election supervisor in Leon County] said, simply isn’t much of an issue. “You are more likely to walk out of your office and get hit by a bolt of lightning,” he said.
»That isn’t the point. It has nothing to do with fraud and everything to do with keeping people from voting anyway they possibly can.