Voter Fraud, American Style

By the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel Editorial Board-

The walls of the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee are lined with nuanced portraits of leaders who left a lasting legacy.

Jeb Bush is depicted with his BlackBerry alongside. And Dempsey Barron, the Panhandle rancher who dominated the Senate for two decades, is shown on his horse.

A GOP lawmaker says he’s been called a ‘traitor’ by people close to him for…

Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo faces backlash for ‘softball’ interview with President…

Here’s the title of a recent newspaper editorial: “Evidence of fraud in a Florida election. Where’s the outrage?”

The walls of the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee are lined with nuanced portraits of leaders who left a lasting legacy. Jeb Bush, the “e-governor,” is depicted with his BlackBerry alongside. And Dempsey Barron, the Panhandle rancher who dominated the Senate for two decades, is shown on his horse.©

Considering how secret money and shady candidates continue to corrupt politics, the Capitol should also find wall space for Alex Rodriguez, a 55-year-old South Florida mechanic who ran for the Florida Senate in November and lost.

Alex who?

That’s the point. Until now, no one knew this unknown candidate who has left an indelible mark on Florida politics.

The question is whether the fraud he helped perpetrate in Miami-Dade’s Senate District 37 will spur election law reform. So far, the signs are not encouraging.

Continue…

About Radnor Reports

Ken Feltman is past-president of the International Association of Political Consultants and the American League of Lobbyists. He is retired chairman of Radnor Inc., an international political consulting and government relations firm in Washington, D.C. Known as a coalition builder, he has participated in election campaigns and legislative efforts in the United States and several other countries.
This entry was posted in Controversial, Florida, Politics, Republicans, Thought-Provoking Analysis. Bookmark the permalink.