Florida's election crimes office can’t fill jobs; self-proclaimed political “operative” in leadership role

Full Story: https://wfts.tv/3kLUgwM Five months after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis proudly announced his new election crimes and security office had nabbed nearly 20 former felons for illegally voting in the 2020 election, four of those cases have been dismissed, one resulted in a plea deal with a small fine and, we’ve discovered, the election security office he took credit for, barely has anyone on its employee roster. In an office organizational chart we obtained from the Department of State, the number of vacant positions currently in the office far outnumbers employees on its payroll. As of Wednesday, the elections crime office has just three of its 15 positions filled.