Interesting link in the cited article...
Totes Legit' tipster found 282 possible voter fraud cases in Florida; few prosecuted outside The Villages
...News 6 investigates how Florida officials handled double voting cases uncovered by a prolific tipster
An anonymous tipster using the pseudonym "Totes Legit Votes" sent a barrage of emails to Florida's Secretary of State last year, alerting state elections officials to possible voter fraud, records obtained by News 6 show.
The tipster, who describes himself as a "citizen election integrity analyst," combed through publicly available voter rolls from Florida and several other states in search of people who may have cast multiple ballots in the 2020 general election.
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Using electronic data extracted from those voter rolls, "Totes Legit Votes" provided Florida elections officials with the names of 282 people who appeared to have voted in both Florida and at least one other state, emails reviewed by News 6 reveal.
Willfully casting more than one ballot in an election is a felony in Florida, punishable by up to five years in prison.
Three residents of The Villages in Sumter County were arrested last year after "Totes Legit Votes" first identified them as possibly voting twice.
Another voter in Putnam County accused of casting multiple ballots entered into a deferred prosecution agreement before formal criminal charges were filed, records show.
A few others flagged by the tipster have been criminally charged in other states for double voting after legally casting their first ballots in Florida.
But most of the information "Totes Legit Votes" began sharing with state leaders more than a year ago has not yet resulted in criminal prosecutions, a search of court records and interviews with election officials indicate....