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In Florida, every county has a supervisor of elections.

These supervisors have their own professional organization, the Florida Supervisors of Elections. Until 2019, their name was the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections, which made their purpose far clearer. But then two years ago they changed it to the current name, “Florida Supervisors of Elections,” which hides their real purpose and makes them look like an official government body. Their website looks almost exactly like an official government website. It includes links for registering to vote. It has a calendar of election dates. It has a whole battery of links to other state election websites. It has a profile photo for the current chief of the organization, whom you might come away thinking is the holder of an official statewide post.

But of course, the Florida Supervisors of Elections organization is not a government body. It’s just a professional group representing all the county supervisors.

That might be all right if it were just a boring organization nobody had to pay attention to. But the Florida supervisors are not that. They’re staking out political territory. Last month, they released a statement, claiming that concern about fraud in the 2020 election is undermining, quote, “the integrity of our democracy.”

This group presents itself as a body for organizing and training 67 different election supervisors. If they’re then putting out statements assuring everyone that our elections are perfect, and we should ignore the obvious problems with mail voting and everything else, what exactly is the group teaching its members?

It gets weirder, though. Last June, all 67 of Florida’s election supervisors attended a conference organized by this group. Who sponsored that conference? What would be the absolute most ridiculous group that could sponsor a gathering of election supervisors? We’ll wait a few seconds for you to think on that.

Okay, ready? That’s right. It’s Dominion Voting Systems. They sponsored the Florida Election Supervisors. And by the way, it wasn’t just the supervisors there. Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee addressed the conference.

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So this conference has dozens of elected officials at it, being addressed by the appointed chief overseer of Florida’s elections. And get this: It wasn’t open to the public. You could buy a ticket to go, but they sold out, and the proceedings weren’t broadcast online.

Now, you start to see an additional purpose for this organization to exist. Florida has one of the broadest sunshine laws in the country. Pretty much all government and legal documents are accessible to the public. Political proceedings have to be public too. But through this “non-profit”, dozens of elected officials and the secretary of state are meeting up to discuss governmental matters, but because it’s not “official” it’s not subject to the sunshine law and the public doesn’t have to have access.

It’s all shady, and Governor Ron DeSantis is letting his own chosen secretary of state participate in this.

Laura Loomer has been tracking this story, and just 6 days ago she published a video showing her interaction with that Dominion Voting Systems employee.

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