Former Presidential Candidate Suing Over Alleged Voter Fraud In Florida

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In an interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation, “Rocky” Roque De La Fuente, the former presidential nominee of the Reform Party announced Monday that he will be filing a lawsuit against the Florida Secretary of State, and the Broward County Supervisor of Elections for alleged voter fraud.

The lawsuit is based off of a notarized letter that alleges a former poll worker saws four Supervisor of Elections workers filling out blank absentee ballots in a locked room, claiming this behavior is “highly suspicious” and that officials don’t monitor closely for potential voter fraud unless the election is close, according to the Daily Caller.

“We are suing The Secretary of State to enjoin Florida recount law as unconstitutional in violation of Equal Protection, because it allows election fraud to be immune from judicial review and therefore encourages election fraud of the sort committed in Broward County,” De La Fuente told the DCNF.

The Broward County state attorney’s office confirmed an investigation that is reviewing the allegations, but the State Attorney’s office has since issued the following statement:

“It was determined that the ballots were being completed by SOE staff on behalf of overseas military personnel who had voted by faxing their ballots to the election office,” the state attorney wrote. “The fax paper does not scan into the voting machines and the votes must be transferred onto a ballot that can be scanned. State law allows such a transfer of vote to a computer ballot.”

“We are also suing the Broward County Supervisor of Elections for Election Fraud impairing ‘One Man One Vote’ requirement of the Equal Protection Clause.  We are seeking $2.1 million in damages directly against the Broward County Supervisor of Election, Brenda Snipes,” Fuente said.

“We are also asking for a Court Order requiring Broward County to permit full and open access to all candidates to inspect and observe Broward County Election Officials to prevent future acts of election fraud.”

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