Florida’s Department of Law Enforcement and the Office of Statewide Prosecution said they’ve opened a criminal investigation into allegations of election fraud by Democrats, Capitol News Service reported.
Evidence reported to the Department of State suggests Democrats possibly had voters fix ballots after the state’s deadline in at least four counties, the outlet added.
The party sent voters cure forms for mail ballots, CNS said, and the return date was changed from the day before the election to two days afterward.
The altered forms showed up on Broward, Santa Rosa, Citrus, and Okaloosa counties, the Naples Daily News reported.
One state Democratic Party staffer who was instructed to share the altered form with voters said she has “plenty of documentation to prove” several party leaders were told that the modified form was being circulated, the News added.
“Once I realized that the form was altered I brought it to the attention of several members in leadership. I have plenty of documentation to prove this,” Eli Logan, a Brevard Democrat, wrote in a private Facebook group message obtained by USA Today Network – Florida, the News also said.- READ MORE