"Rampant voter fraud is possible because Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes refuses to conduct list maintenance to remove ineligible voters, as required by federal law," the ACRU said in a press release. "Snipes has done little to ensure that noncitizens, the deceased, those who vote in other states, those registered at commercial addresses, and those ineligible due to federal felony convictions are not registered, according to the lawsuit."

ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski said, “Federal law requires removing ineligible names from the voter rolls to safeguard our elections against fraud and tampering to ensure that democracy prevails. Broward County has failed to do so.”

This case, according to the ACRU, "asserts the right conferred by Congress to demand clean voter rolls. Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) requires the protection of citizens’ votes from dilution because a ballot can be cast for every name that appears on a voter registration list and there is no way to distinguish eligible voters from illegal ones."

Snipes told reporters last week, "If we make mistakes, we own mistakes. If there is something that the public needs to know, then we provide that information." That's laughable considering that Snipes and her legal team have a long history of violating disclosure rules and perhaps even engaging in subterfuge as it relates to elections in Broward County. She has no business running elections anywhere, let alone in Florida’s second most populous county.

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