Statements about Elections
Says Charlie Crist rode on a jet that "belongs to a serial polluter with a history of environmental violations fined nearly $2 million for polluting water."
"Attorney General Eric Holder’s own Justice Department precleared the voting changes in the 2011 law" about early voting in Florida.
"Candidates for governor routinely disclose" their spouses’ tax returns.
"Gov. Rick Scott signed into law a bill that gives Florida's public officials an easy way to avoid disclosing their personal finances."
"Over 20 percent of the electorate is Hispanic" in Florida.
The U.S. Justice Department has "taken on more than 100 voting rights cases since 2009."
Says 50 percent of millennials don’t associate with "any political party."
Pinellas County voters "elected me as their chief financial officer … (and) elected me as (their) governor four years ago."
Of the approximately 6 million disenfranchised felons in the United States, "one-quarter are Floridians."
"Rick Scott’s Administration spent over $100,000 of taxpayer money during their first voter purge attempt in 2012."
"I have never lobbied for offshore oil drilling."
"Since 2007 David Jolly has given almost $30,000 to keep Democrats in Congress!"
Gov. Charlie Crist "sought for and got approved the automatic restoration of felon rights for nonviolent offenders for the first time in Florida history."
One of the "main functions" of the Department of Homeland Security’s SAVE database is "checking voter registration citizenship status."
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned that the SAVE "database is not a foolproof means of verifying (citizenship on) the voter rolls."
In 2012, the state "put together a list of over 100,000 people that they thought were ineligible to vote. Came out there were less than 10."
The Libertarian Party "is the third-largest political party in the U.S."
On an early date for Florida's presidential primary
Broward County was one of three counties in the nation "pivotal to an Obama victory" in 2012.
The election bill "allows persons to correct an absentee ballot if they did not sign it and requires an extra two hours a day for early voting. Everything else in this bill is discretionary."
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