Eye On Miami broke the story of absentee ballot fraud abuses, two years ago. Check our archives. The Miami Herald followed on our footsteps. Fair enough.
Apparently, however, abusers of the absentee ballots were counting on Rundle to do nothing. Why would they think otherwise, when so little had been done to investigate and prosecute the offenders?
It must come as a surprise to elected officials in Florida's most populous and politically influential county, the sleepy state attorney's office is taking the abuse of absentee ballots seriously. Is this just a passing phase? A burp after the flan.
(Also see article in Crespogram - same subject)