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Fraudulent letter questions voters' citizenship status
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Fraudulent letter questions voters' citizenship status

Hernando County, FL-- The Hernando County Supervisor of Elections Office has sent out a warning to all voters. Some have reportedly received a letter questioning the status of their citizenship, and the Supervisor of Elections says the letter did not originate at their office, nor any of the other 67 offices.

Here is exactly what they say about the letter:

"Our office has been made aware by the Division of Elections that a fraudulent letter questioning citizenship status has been sent to some Florida voters from an entity not related to any of the 67 County Supervisor's of Elections. We would like to make all voters aware, should they receive it, that this mailing did not come from our office and that the appropriate authorities have been notified.

Any voter who receives a letter regarding citizenship that at first glance appears to be from our office should be on the lookout for the following:

  • The fraudulent letters will not have my signature (Annie D. Williams)
  • The fraudulent letters will state that the voter must respond within 15 days

I encourage voters who receive such a letter to retain the envelope and papers and contact our office at 352-754-4125 as soon as possible to report the fraud. Those voters will be eligible to vote in the November 6th General Election, barring any other disqualifying factors.

The Hernando County Elections office is dedicated to ensuring the integrity of the elections process and protecting the right to vote for our eligible residents. We will continue to monitor this very serious issue of fraud and assist the authorities in their investigation.


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