As the vote-counting situation in Florida intensifies, Big League Politics has obtained public information showing that people who are officially listed as being under the age of 18 voted in the state of Florida in the early or absentee voting process.
People must be 18 years old to vote in the state of Florida. Although 17-year olds can vote in a primary if they turn 18 before the general election, no one is allowed to vote in a general election without being 18.
A whistleblower who saw official voter information from the 2018 election confirms to Big League Politics that multiple people listed as under the age of 18 actually voted in this midterm election in the round of early or absentee voting, while dozens more are registered to do so.
Big League Politics has erased the personal residence information of these individuals from the following pieces of publicly available voter information.
Amazingly, the county governments actually list the registered voters as being younger than 18 years old, according to their birth dates, so this is based on official government information.
(“You are eligible to vote in Volusia County for an election that has an election date on or after your 18th birthday,” says one official record, right underneath the listed birth date of a listed 17-year old voter.)
The information below includes recent voter registrations, including in the immediate days before the 2018 election.
We will start with people who were flagged on the list of early or absentee voters, and gradually expand the list to all underage persons who are registered to vote in the state of Florida. We have reached out to county elections officials, and will update with their responses as we go along.
Raymond Murga voted in Miami-Dade County, which officially recognizes that he is 17 years old, according to his birth date of May 28, 2001. You can find Master Murga’s entry on the Miami-Dade official voter information lookup page.
There is a high school volleyball player named Raymond Murga in Miami, class of 2019.
Demetrius Bundick Jr., born in 2002, voted in Hillsborough County, according to the whistleblower.
There is a Demetrius Bundick in his forties in Tampa, who appears to be related to another Demetrius Bundick, possibly Demetrius Bundick Jr.
[Name Removed], born in 2002, allegedly voted in St. John’s County.
The St. John’s County board of elections told BLP that although there was a young man in the county registered to vote underage, they have no evidence at this time that the person voted.
Robert Tyler, born in February 2001, voted in Volusia County according to the whistleblower. We are still collecting information on this person at this time.
Dozens more young people are registered to vote in Florida.
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