U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement still unconcerned. (h/t Election Law Center)
NBC 2 by Andy Pierrotti
Law enforcement is now taking action in direct response to an NBC2 investigation involving potential voter fraud. It comes after we uncovered non U.S. citizens who were registered to vote.
The Collier County Sheriff's office is investigating two voters who admit they are not U.S. citizens, yet cast ballots in numerous elections.
"This is the first year we've actually had a complaint come in that non-citizens were voting," said Sergeant David White, who is assigned to the county's economic crimes unit.
White got the names from the Supervisor of Elections office after the NBC2 Investigators examined jury excusal forms where residents said they couldn't serve because they were not U.S. citizens.
We found nearly 100 of those names in the database of Florida registered voters.So far, Lee and Collier county election supervisors have removed 34 of those people from the voter rolls.
While the Collier County Sheriff's Office is on the job and aggressively pursueing aliens voting illegally, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is doing nothing. Aliens voting illegally is not one of their priorities.
Give the Acting Special Agent in Charge in Miami, Alyssa Erichs, a call:
11226 NW 20th ST
Miami, FL 33172
Main: (305) 597-6000
Fax: (305) 597-6227