GOP, Here's Your Man: Josef Sever, Florida's Lonely Fraudulent Voter
According to court records, Sever's illegal voting was discovered during Gov. Rick Scott's controversial push to identify potential non-citizens on voting rolls using information from the state motor vehicle agency. Though the Department of State amassed a list of 180,000 potential non-citizens registered to vote, it only sent one name --Sever's -- to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to investigate criminally.
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