Florida is continuing to identify aliens, apparently mostly legal aliens, who are voting, and they are primarily Democrats. (h/t Election Law Center)
Miami Herald September 28, 2012 by Daniel Chang and Sergio R. Bustos
Florida’s noncitizen voter-purge program roared back to life Wednesday when Gov. Rick Scott’s elections department produced a new list of 198 potentially ineligible voters — including 36 who might have cast ballots illegally.
The list, along with a stack of documentation, was sent to the independent county elections supervisors who are ultimately in charge of maintaining and purging voter rolls.
At the same time, state attorneys for each of the concerned counties could begin examining whether to bring criminal charges against any noncitizen who has voted.
The decision to push ahead with the controversial program just 41 days before Election Day in the nation’s biggest battleground state is already the subject of three separate federal lawsuits from a coalition of liberal-leaning groups as well as President Barack Obama’s Justice Department.
Demoncrats are apparently the real problem:
Republicans are the least likely to be identified as potential noncitizens on the list when compared to independents and Democrats.
And note this, aliens are identified by ethnicity or race, for whites, but black aliens who vote are identified as African-American:
Hispanics are more likely than non-Hispanic whites or African Americans to be flagged, a Miami Herald analysis determined.
I think someone should go back to using black to describe blacks.
And it wasn't to hard to find these criminals:
But Anita Caragan of Panama City Beach, a U.S. resident who is not a citizen, told a Herald reporter that she has been voting “for a long, long time.” Records show the no-party-affiliation noncitizen has cast ballots in 10 Florida elections since 2000.
The 73-year-old Caragan, who moved to the United States in 1970 from the Philippines, said that when she was living in Norfolk, Va., more than 35 years ago, she renewed her driver’s license and registered to vote at the same time, without realizing it was illegal.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Except for illegally voting aliens.
And Caragan has no apologies:
Her husband — 82-year-old Emiliano, who also immigrated from the Philippines and served 21 years in the U.S. Navy — is a citizen but said he wasn’t aware his wife isn’t supposed to vote with just a green card. Both are planning to vote in November.
“Of course we’re going to vote,” he said. “We both have voter registration cards.”
Well, there is a solution for arrogant aliens, criminal prosecution and deportation. Call ICE SVU here:
Alysa D. Erichs
11226 NW 20th ST
Miami, FL 33172
Main (305) 597-6000
Fax (305) 597-6227
She has a ready made case with a public confession of 18 USC 611, Alien Voting, to investigate and present to the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, whom can be contacted here:
Wifredo A. Ferrer
99 NE 4th Street
Miami, FL 33132