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Over 100 provisional ballots were rejected in Miami-Dade County on Thursday after election officials said that those people showed up to vote a second time in the same election, according to a local media reporter.
The news comes as Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) claimed earlier in the day that the Democrats and Florida election officials with questionable records were trying to "steal" the election in Broward County, which is just north of Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County is one of the bluest counties in the state of Florida, as nearly two-thirds of the county voted for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
"Stream of aggressive red stamping at Miami-Dade canvassing board as panel rejects provisional ballots from 108 people who showed up to vote a second time in the same election," Miami Herald reporter Doug Hanks said.
its part of a larger article so i only quoted relevant portion edit add more quote
In the closely watched senate race in Arizona, the Democratic nominee, Kirsten Sinema, is now ahead of GOP candidate Martha McSally – by just 2,000 votes:
It’s still too soon to know who will ultimately prevail. Earlier in the day, McSally had 856,848 votes (49.37%), while Sinema had 839,775 votes (48.39%), according to the Arizona Republic.
originally posted by: xuenchen
I heard (don't ask where) that the Feds were on to this before the elections.
Now they're going to expose it all.