The Florida chapters of two national organizations have filed a lawsuit against Florida’s secretary of state.
A judge says he will not rule Friday in an Orange County woman’s fight to get her voter fraud case dismissed.
Florida Secretary of State Cord Byrd is the sole defendant in a federal lawsuit announced Wednesday that challenges the state’s uniform voter registration application.
News 6 is hearing for the first time the interviews three Orange County residents had with agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement before being arrested and accused of voter fraud.
A local attorney is representing two Orange County residents who were wrapped up in voter fraud allegations lodged by Gov. Ron DeSantis back in August.
The people investigated by Governor Ron DeSantis’s election police are moving through the court system following their arrests.
News 6's Louis Bolden reached out to some of the Central Floridians recently charged with election fraud in Florida.
Two people accused of voting illegally in the 2020 election told News 6 they believed they were eligible to vote.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday at least 20 people across Florida were charged with voter fraud after an investigation conducted by the newly created Office of Election Crimes and Security.
The man who spearheaded a movement that resulted in convicted felons getting their right to vote returned in Florida is demanding better record keeping from state officials.
A Brevard County mother was arrested Tuesday after investigators say she admitted to requesting a mail-in ballot on behalf of her son ahead of the 2020 election and casting it in Florida without his knowledge.
The crime is a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.
An anonymous email sent to Florida’s secretary of state led to the arrests of at least three voters accused of casting multiple ballots in the 2020 general election.
Three residents of The Villages have recently been arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into voter fraud, court records show.
Cheryl Hall, 65, pleaded no contest to 10 counts of voter fraud charges.