Florida voter fraud a “misunderstanding” over mail ballots?

The hazard of automatically mailing ballots to voters:

They sent a ballot, and I voted.  I usually [vote].  If you send me a ballot to vote, I vote,” said Michelle Lambrigger.


NBC-2 spoke with William and Michelle Lambrigger, who have acknowledged voting in Cape Coral, as well as several Lee County elections over the past six years, while residents of Charlotte County:

They could now face criminal charges or even jail time if convicted.  William Lambrigger says he is frustrated and wants it all to blow over.  In court last month, his wife Michelle tried to explain to attorneys that it was all a big misunderstanding.


Lee County Supervisor of Elections Sharon Harrington countered on what she called a “blatant case of voter fraud”:

“The Lambriggers had six years to contact the elections office in Charlotte County. In accordance with Florida Law, it is a voter’s responsibility to keep his or her voter records up-to-date and current.”