This photo taken Sept. 21, 2012, shows Colorado Secretary of State Scott 

This photo taken Sept. 21, 2012, shows Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler in his office in Denver. Republican election officials who were swept into office on promises to root out voting fraud say they're doing just that.  But they're not finding much so far. After some digging, state officials in key presidential battleground states have found only a tiny fraction of the illegal voters they initially suspected. Searches in Colorado and Florida have yielded numbers that are less than one-tenth of 1 percent of all registered voters in either state.  (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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This photo taken Sept. 21, 2012, shows Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler in his office in Denver. Republican election officials who were swept into office on promises to root out voting fraud say they're doing just that. But they're not finding much so far. After some digging, state officials in key presidential battleground states have found only a tiny fraction of the illegal voters they initially suspected. Searches in Colorado and Florida have yielded numbers that are less than one-tenth of 1 percent of all registered voters in either state. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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