Florida Politics reports:
Democratic state attorneys general in 16 states and the District of Columbia who have intervened in litigation challenging Florida’s new law making it harder to vote argue in a legal brief that the state has mounted bogus arguments that the measure fights fraud and boosts voter confidence.
That’s because there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in U.S. or Florida elections or that the law would do anything to bolster faith in elections, the A.G.s argue in papers filed Friday with U.S. District Judge Mark Walker in Tallahassee. The named defendant is Laurel Lee, Florida’s secretary of state, but the RNC has intervened to help defend the law.
‘If anything, SB 90 may undermine voter confidence.’
— Florida Politics (@Fla_Pol) December 12, 2021