Claims of Voter Fraud ignored in Florida



Despite Broward State Attorney Mike Satz opening an election fraud hotline to report alleged voter fraud, numerous cases of alleged misconduct have been ignored, according to Andrew Ladanowski, with AddInSolutions of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Long a swing state with 29 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win, the Sunshine State is an important part of both nominees strategy to turn out large numbers of voters.  It has been perceived by many that the winner of Florida will be the next President of the United States. And with recent polls “too close to call” in several battleground states, Republican nominee Donald J. Trump continues to urge supporters that the election is “rigged” and that there is “large-scale voter fraud” happening.

Trump recently tweeted: “Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before Election Day. Why do Republican leaders deny what is going on? So naive!”

He wrote in a subsequent tweet: “We have all got to come together and win this election. We can’t have four more years of Obama (or worse!).”

A programmer analyst with a specialty in identifying potential voter fraud, Andrew Ladanowski complained to the Florida Division of Elections that about one dozen voters appeared to have voted in the presidential primary in both Florida and New York.  Of these potential voter fraud charges, it appears they have neither been investigated, nor prosecuted.

A call seeking comment from Florida Division of Elections Director Maria Matthews has not been returned.

“I have an old server and it took 2 1/2 seconds to query the state data and find out how many individuals have duplicate voter IDs,” Ladanowski told the South Florida Reporter.  “If I found it, how come they can’t,” referring to state election officials.

This is not the first time that Ladanowski has sounded the alarm alleging misconduct at the ballot box.  With a proven track record of locating and reporting voter fraud, he has found former football great OJ Simpson and convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein eligible to vote. Both were removed from voter rolls after a Ladanowski expose.

Ladanowski has found over 50 individuals with duplicate voter registration cards in Florida and has reported several dozen voters who voted in Florida and New York or New Jersey.  Duplicate voter registrations were also reported in Orange County, Florida – a potential for voter fraud.  In addition, Duval County Circuit Court Judge Waddell Wallace was outed by the Coral Springs programmer analyst as an alleged Ashley Madison subscriber.

As with any election, Florida has mailed thousands of ballots to voters outside the state.  Addressing the potential for voter fraud – and using data received from New York in a Sept. 23rd public records request – Ladanowski reports that over 1,800 individuals are registered in both states when matched by first, middle and last name, along with date of birth and address.  How many of these voters have voted twice – once by person in New York, the other by absentee in Florida?

If a programmer analyst with an old server can identify potential voter fraud in Florida, why can’t state election officials throughout the county?

“People caught committing voter fraud need to be prosecuted,” concluded Ladanowski.