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Barton refers nine registered sexual offenders who voted in the 2020 General Election to Kramer

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BY JENNIFER CABRERA

ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. – Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Kim Barton has now officially sent her investigation into nine registered sexual offenders who allegedly voted in the 2020 General Election to State Attorney Brian Kramer. The transmission of her investigation presumably resolves a stalemate between the two offices in which Kramer refused to accept documents from Barton on the nine voters and instead requested that Barton either investigate them in her office or refer them to a law enforcement agency for investigation.

Barton’s transmission letter provides detailed facts from her investigation of information and documents received from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Florida Comprehensive Case Information Systems, Florida Voter Registration System, and Florida Court Records. She says the documents show that the nine voters were “clearly… not eligible to cast a ballot in the 2020 General Election… and should not have been registered to vote under the laws of the state of Florida and Amendment 4 due to their convictions of felony sexual offenses.” Each of the nine voters was registered either as a sexual offender or sexual predator in Florida prior to voting in the 2020 General Election.

According to Barton’s investigation:

Robert Philip Jerome, 85, is a registered sexual predator who was convicted in 2005. He registered to vote in 1974 and voted by mail in the 2020 Presidential Preference Primary, Primary, and General Election.

Daniel John Pernini, 49, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 2010. He registered to vote on September 30, 2020, and voted in the 2020 General Election.

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Clifton Anderson, 57, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 1991. He registered to vote on September 11, 2020, and voted in the 2020 General Election.

Emory F. Goodrich, Jr., 67, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 1999. He registered to vote on February 27, 2020, and voted early in the 2020 Primary and General Elections.

Carl W. Henderson, 69, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 2009. He registered to vote on January 5, 1988, and voted in the 2020 General Election.

Paul Michael Iannotti, 56, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 2013. He registered to vote on March 17, 2020, and voted in the 2020 Primary and General Elections.

Lonnie C. Jackson, Jr., 70, is a registered sexual predator who was convicted in 2000 and 2001. He registered to vote on September 28, 2020, and voted by mail in the 2020 General Election.

Daniel Wallace McLean, 62, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 1998. He registered to vote on January 22, 2020, and voted early in the 2020 General Election.

Derrick A. Robinson, 56, is a registered sexual offender who was convicted in 2011 and 2016 (failure to comply with registration). He registered to vote on June 29, 2020, and voted by mail in the 2020 General Election.

The cases were transmitted to Kramer on July 19 and will go through the felony intake process, which takes 30-60 days.

  • Sent to Kramer so those 9 can receive a slap on the wrist and not prosecuted.

    • Barton should be removed from office as a first step. This happened under her watch. I’ve been to two locations to vote this week, Millhopper Library and Main Street Supervisor’s Office. At Millhopper, my signature did not match and I was able to get my Drivers License back. Yep.

      So now I’m wondering how many signatures may be rejected? They scan in your ID signature and compare it to the one on you scribble on the display.

      Something to think about….and Kramer….we all know!

  • Scammers Beware!

    The Florida Standard (8/18/22): Governor Ron DeSantis announced today that the state of Florida has charged and is in the process of arresting 20 individuals for voter fraud.

    In April, DeSantis signed SB 524 with a focus on improving election security. In addition to strengthening voter ID requirements and maintenance of voter rolls, the bill established the Office of Election Crimes and Security to investigate election law violations and increased penalties for violations of election laws. The bill also increased the penalty for ballot harvesting from a first-degree misdemeanor to a third-degree felony, punishable by up to 5 years in prison, a $5,000 fine and up to 5 years probation.

  • Pretty sure Kim Barton said she had no investigative role regarding Alford and McGraw, but maybe things are Investigative Progressive Flexible now.

    2020 Drop Box (2 syllables) is now 2022 Secure Ballot Intake Station (8 syllables) so maybe that means things are 4 times more 2000 Mules Secure.

    In July, when asked about video cameras at Secure Ballot Intake Stations in Alachua County, Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Kim Barton, Florida Department of State Division of Elections, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security had no response.

    Law Enforcement Community is just following orders on this issue, so be prepared for Harvey Ward Biden and other shocking “non-will-of-the-people” election results because the powers that be want to demoralize humanity.

    (And yes, Alachua Chronicle will ban this comment for non-legitimate reasons, but my words will carry on elsewhere.)

    • Wow! You can’t even spell his name correct-get a clue. All of you seem to lack actual knowledge like I’m so shocked.

  • Doesn’t the gov’t have computers now? It should NOT take two years to verify the IDs and voting privileges of would-be voters. It can be done I immediately, and if a provisional ballot is used, done in a day.

  • The pot calling the kettle black, a classic. Barton should be removed immediately (last year really) by Governor D. The people have no remaining trust in this woman. Kim Barton: RESIGN!

    • “Elections is Hard!” (I think that’s what she said.) People who were hired on the basis of identity politics don’t usually resign unless presented with a big check.

      • They should know proper English too not speak as though they just fell off of a turnip truck. As I remember I think she was known to be searching for felons who she thought had their right to vote restored under the recent law change. Think that was before the restitution issue came up. Hopefully she’ll be defeated, removed or forced out soon enough. We can do better.

  • These people did not register on their own. Just like the rest of the others that have been sentenced for fraudulent voting. Who registered them is who should be prosecuted.

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