The following entry is from my Facebook site Rick Scott Watch of Sept 1, 2011. We note with no small sense of irony the Sec. of State chose to resign, and announced around Jan. 9, 2012. To date there has been zip, zero, nothing, nada in the way of follow up to this complaint I filed last summer.
Days ago I sent a detailed email to Pam Bondi's office through her website. I alerted her that I thought there was fraud inside the elections office in Hillsborough. Part of my working theory as I have stated is the Sec. of State may very well be in on the fraud. And nothing he has done has shown me otherwise, certainly not in those years when he was a champion of touch-screen voting! Certainly not in his attempts to shut down early voting, fighting fair districts, one thing after another and so on.
How glad I am that rather than investigate, what her staff proposes doing is send the complaint on the very people who may be guilty, so, they can investigate themselves.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has received your email regarding
> alleged election improprieties or fraud. Attorney General Pam Bondi has
> asked that I respond.
> I am forwarding your email to the Florida Department of State, Division of
> Elections, which is the state agency that receives and reviews complaints
> about alleged election or voter fraud. The contact information is:
> Florida Department of State
> Division of Elections
> Room 316, R.A. Gray Building
> 500 South Bronough Street
> Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250
> Telephone: 850-245-6200
> Website: http://election.dos.state.fl.us/
> The Department of State provides more detailed information about election
> fraud and links to the applicable Florida Statutes online at:
> Thank you for contacting Attorney General Bondi's Office.
> Allen Baer
> Office of Citizen Services
> Florida Attorney General's Office
> PL-01, The Capitol
> Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
> Telephone: (850) 414-3990
> Toll-free: (866) 966-7226