Gov. Rick Scott was once denied a ballot in an election because he was dead.
So Scott pulled out his driver’s license and insisted he was alive.
“I showed them my ID,” Scott said. “They let me vote provisionally. I’m sure it counted.”
It did — twice — according to Collier County voting records that show he cast back-to-back provisional ballots in the Republican primary and general elections six years ago.
I still want proof that he’s actually alive.