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-- the GOP race at may have moved on Florida that there is a voting controversy that's going on now in South Carolina.
That's catching a bit of attention and the palmetto State's attorney general saying more than 900.
-- the voters in the recent elections were actually dead people and you might wonder how do.
Those dead people find their way to the pulse us were wondering in your heart -- on check in the south motorists.
Eric what what's going on -- -- Martha south Carolina's attorney general is now asking the Fed's.
To investigate possible voter fraud there on Wilson's a Republican he says an analysis of recent elections in this -- it shows that 953.
Voted and in some cases boats apparently -- cast the names of the deceased.
Who had been dead for as long as six years attorney general Wilson cites what he calls voting irregularities though there is no evidence they say.
So far that any dead people cast ballots in Saturday's Republican presidential primary.
Not a dated January 11 calling for a pro Wilson wrote quote.
There are numerous discrepancies concerning people have voted in recent elections who may not have been entitled to vote.
Over 900 persons who were deceased at the time of the elections are appear to voted.
Voter fraud cannot be tolerated.
And others not the first time state elections officials have discovered the possibility of the dead voting back in 2000 night it took some college journalism students to Connecticut.
To find about 300 dead people cast ballots we talked to one woman who had a ballot casting her dead mother's name.
Elections officials blamed faulty data and the Brennan center for justice in New York market.
Says while allegations of dead people voting -- quote popular and entertaining pop culture that claim that most cases are unfounded caused by what they say is just wrong information.
On the -- and really well that's interesting -- this coming of course as a controversy.
Over south Carolina's voter ID you -- Is also going not yet that's a huge controversy the Department of Justice as you may know -- moved to stop South Carolina from acting.
It's new controversial voter ID law that requires a photo ID to vote.
Attorney general Eric Holder says the law discriminates against minorities who do not have that proper identification.
It's an estimated 82000 people in South Carolina may not have that proper photo -- eight.
-- south Carolina Republican governor Nikki Haley is called that Justice Department effort a quote terrible clearly political decision.
She's vowed to appeal it in court and of course.
If you suspend voter fraud or election problems we live there's our address voter fraud -- five times and on top thank you Eric Eric -- and an instrument.
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