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Romney Supporters Voting More Than Once

Romney Supporters Voting More Than Once (Part 2)

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Romney Supporters Caught Voting Multiple Times In Florida Straw Poll (Part 1)
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Romney Supporters Caught Voting Multiple Times In Florida Straw Poll

Romney Supporters Caught Voting Multiple Times In Florida Straw Poll

St. Petersburg Times

November 29, 2007

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Mitt Romney bought himself a victory in the straw poll for Republicans at a rain-shortened barbecue in Vinoy Park. Romney got 893 votes, besting second-place Ron Paul’s 534 — despite Paul’s shuttling in supporters on a rented trolley and shuttle. The campaign had a plane sporting pro-Paul slogans and a boat touting him, too.

In fact, Paul supporters dominated the crowd, which reached an estimated 1,000 people. Tickets for votes cost $20 each.

So how did Romney do it?

“I voted 20 times,” Derek Gyongzois, 38, of St. Petersburg exclaimed after casting ballots.

He said he works as a volunteer for the Romney campaign (and begged a reporter not to print his 20-vote tally). Did he buy the tickets?

“I don’t have that kind of money,” Gyongzois said.

He wasn’t the only person voting more than once. Paul supporter Mike Wagner, 57, of St. Petersburg: “This thing is rigged.”

Before rain cut short the event, Paul supporters were voting multiple times, too.

“This is the best election money can buy, anywhere,” said Pinellas County GOP chairman Tony DiMatteo, a Rudy Giuliani supporter. Giuliani received 39 votes, followed by Mike Huckabee’s 37 and Fred Thompson’s 21. John McCain had 12; Duncan Hunter, 4, Alan Keyes, 2; and Tom Tancredo, 1.