NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Reverend Enoch Fuzz is no stranger to the spotlight, but there he stood on Friday inside his church wondering why someone tried to use his name to register to vote in Davidson County.
A few weeks ago, Rev. Fuzz said he was approached by a young man asking him to sign a petition. After he wrote his name down, Rev. Fuzz released it was actually a voter registration form which would not have been a problem except he's been a registered Davidson County voter for 40 years.
"When I heard that had been done, the word I had was ‘disgusting,'" he said.
Rev. Fuzz learned the person had even written down a fake social security number next to his name and handed the form in to the election commission.
"Anyone doing that kind of thing in my community, we need to shut you down," he added.
Jeff Roberts oversees the Davidson County election commission. They caught the potential double registration this week. He won't go so far as to say this could've been voter fraud, but nevertheless, he's glad his staff caught it.
"It says a lot for our staff. They are on point and looking for those type of things," Roberts said.