Tallahassee Reports has confirmed that Mark Earley, the Leon County Supervisor of Elections, has removed Marcus Gillum, Andrew Gillum’s brother, from the Leon County voter rolls.
The action by Earley comes after an investigative report by Tallahassee Reports which verified that Marcus Gillum voted as resident of Leon County – registered at a home once owned by Andrew Gillum – even though a sworn affidavit indicated he was a legal resident of Chicago, Illinois.
Florida law authorizes supervisor of elections to investigate fraudulent registrations and illegal voting and to report the findings to the local state attorney and the Florida Elections Commission.
TR is attempting to verify if any of the findings were referred to law enforcement officials.
TR’s report referenced Leon County voting records that showed Marcus Gillum voted by absentee in the 2012 general election, absentee in the 2014 primary election, and early voted in the 2016 general election.
But months before he cast that 2016 ballot in Florida, Marcus Gillum, in an affidavit for an unrelated court case, swore under oath he was a resident of Chicago.
Tallahassee Reports also discovered that, in 2018, Marcus Gillum was still registered to vote in Leon County at a home that his brother sold over three years ago. The Leon County Property Appraiser indicates that Andrew Gillum sold 5325 St. Ives Lane on February 27th, 2015.
Florida Department of Motor Vehicle records showed that Marcus Gillum has not had a valid Florida drivers license since 2011.
Marcus Gillum has been tied to various aspects of the current federal investigation into Tallahassee corruption, including Andrew Gillum’s trip to New York and Gillum’s relationship with undercover FBI agents.
Politico is reporting that in Miami Gardens today, Andrew Gillum is expected to formally announce the creation of a voter registration group in Florida dedicated to defeating President Donald Trump’s re-election chances in the nation’s largest swing state.