Lee County Election Supervisor Sharon Harrington says she doesn’t believe one person is responsible for more than 100 bogus election registration forms discovered in Florida. “I don’t believe it’s all just one person. It might be one person in a specific area,” said Harrington, who was referring to claims submitted by Strategic Allied Consulting. The company is accused of forging voter registrations around the state. They were hired by the Republican Party and then fired after the allegations surfaced in Florida, North Carolina, Colorad, Nevada and Virginia.
In Lee County, 16 registration cards turned a red flag. The forms contained real voter information, but changed things like party, address – even forged signatures. “In one case, a voter who was a registered democrat since 1995 was flagged after someone attempted to register her as a republican.” said Harrington.