Crist: GOP may be exaggerating voter fraud |

Crist: GOP may be exaggerating voter fraud |
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida’s governor says his fellow Republicans may be exaggerating claims of voter fraud in the state.

Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday that he has confidence in Secretary of State Kurt Browning, who says there’s only been a scattering of isolated incidents.

Crist said in the closing days of any campaign “there are some who sort of enjoy chaos.” There may be more of that going on than fraud, he said.

The Republican National Committee and GOP presidential candidate John McCain have accused an activist group of fraudulently registering people in Florida and other states. It has focused on young people, minorities and others seen as more likely to support Democrat Barack Obama.


One response to “Crist: GOP may be exaggerating voter fraud |

  1. So my question then becomes: how much voter fraud is okay? Indianapolis has more registered voters than eligible voters. Is that okay? People who don’t live in Ohio are casting ballots in Ohio. Is that okay? A former ACORN worker has testified to submitting 2,000 false voter registrations. Is that okay?

    How many times and in how many states is it okay for ACORN workers to register bogus voters and bogus addresses?

    Why am I being accused of being a racist or trying to suppress voter turnout when I want to make sure that there’s one vote per citizen?

    And by the way, why did the Obama campaign disable address verification software on its campaign website?

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