Not Florida's lists which are once again being purged of illegals and intrastate felons at the request of our esteemed guvnah Rick "crazy eyes" Scott.A new report by the Pew Center on the States finds that more than 1.8 million dead people are currently registered to vote, and 24 million registrations are either invalid or inaccurate.
Supposedly, there's little evidence that this has led to widespread voter fraud but it has raised concerns that the system is vulnerable.
Ben Skupien, a registered voter who now lives in Northern Virginia, is pretty typical. He has moved repeatedly over the years and says he's probably registered to vote in about a half-dozen states.
"Democrats and Republicans both agree that voter registration lists across the country are a mess."
Considering how well the government manages to oversee welfare fraud and is on top of overseeing veterans' benefits, I can't see a problem here with voter fraud.
Anyone see a problem?
Dead people not so much, how many Florida voters do you suppose die each year doll?