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Voters accused of voting twice in two different states for one election

More than a dozen voters across Palm Beach County are accused of voting twice in two states for one election.

More than a dozen voters across Palm Beach County are accused of voting twice in two states for one election.

Tucked away inside of a bedroom in a Coral Springs home, IT consultant Andrew Ladanowski made a discovery so shocking that it's now under investigation.

"I think these people knew clearly what they were doing was not correct. They just assumed they'd never get caught," he said.

Andrew says he spent a couple hundred dollars to get the voting rolls from several states. 40 hours later, he says he uncovered 50 people across the state, 14 in Palm Beach County that voted in either New York or New Jersey and here during the 2014 general election. In one case, Andrew says records indicate someone voted in Florida in the morning and in New York in the evening.

Palm Beach County's Supervisor of Elections says she forwarded Andrew's findings but without a national database stopping this is next to impossible.

"If I found these problems with cross state voting, I'm starting to believe maybe there are dead people on voting lists that need to be investigated," Ladanowski said.

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