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FL Congressman Rips Gov. Rick Scott, Demands Launch of Bipartisan Task Force to Probe GOP Voter Registration Fraud


Blistering letter slams Republican Guv's 'shocking and hypocritical' silence, lack of action after 'supposed search for voter fraud' - In a scathing letter to Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R), Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL19) is demanding the Governor "immediately appoint a bipartisan task force" to investigate and take action on the "the large and apparently growing voter fraud scandal engulfing the Republican Party of Florida." "Given the explicitly partisan nature of this scandal, assurances must be provided to all Floridians that the investigation into these allegations is thorough and fair," Deutch writes in his letter (posted in full below), before criticizing Scott for his silence, to date, on the matter.

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Well, it's being kept quiet.: Not a peep about this in the hedge fund owned Orlando Sentinel, the dominant central Florida newspaper.

Or anything much about AG Pam Bondi firing two prosecutors who were effective against bank fraud (For this she got a nice speaking opportunity at the Republican convention).

Florida is a banana republic.

Submitted on Tuesday, Oct 2, 2012 at 7:17:34 PM

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