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Intersection

Intersection: Election Integrity


​President​ ​Trump​ ​has called ​for​ ​an​ ​investigation​ ​into​ ​voter​ ​fraud. Elections​ ​officials​ ​say​ ​voter​ ​fraud​ ​is​ ​rare, but they’re worried about chilling effect of erosion of public confidence in the electoral process. Will distrust about US elections keep people away from the polls? Seminole County Supervisor of elections Mike Ertel joins Polk County precinct clerk Genya Coulter and Orlando political reporter Frank Torres to discuss the integrity of the election.
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(L to R: Councilman Theo Washington; Councilman Eddie Cole; Mayor Anthony Grant; Councilman Rodney Daniels at the Eatonville Town Council Meeting.) Photo: Renata Sago.
Central Florida News

Three Things To Know About Eatonville’s Voter Fraud Allegations


Eatonville is operating without a mayor. Governor Rick Scott suspended the town’s leader Anthony Grant last week after a grand jury indicted him on voter fraud charges. Grant and two others face felony charges following an investigation into last year’s mayoral election. 90.7’s Renata Sago took a trip to the historically black town to see how residents were taking the news.
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Expect an Election Free of Fraud, Official Says


When millions of Floridians vote Tuesday, they’ll do so in accordance with state and federal laws right up to the U.S. Constitution. Those regulations seek to promote voter access while preventing fraud. Debate over that balance has raged for centuries. One Florida official is firm about where he stands.
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