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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
Rubio Sounds the Alarm: Broward County Election Officials Trying to Steal Election – Produce Thousands of Ballots 43 Hrs After Polls Closed
They won't even say how many ballots still need to be counted. This is fishy as hell, and I hope the courts get involved.
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
dude what the hell is going on in broward county? Huge school mass shooting, issues with the police force, crazy ass politicians etc etc etc.......
so theres this as well lol why on earth is broward county the center of chaos for Florida
The election supervisor in Florida’s second-most populous county broke the law by destroying ballots cast in last year’s congressional primary involving Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, according to election-law experts across the political spectrum. The congresswoman's opponent has sued to get access to the ballots. The case — one of three ongoing independent lawsuits plaguing Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes’ troubled office — stems from a June lawsuit filed in circuit court by Democrat Tim Canova. He had wanted to inspect the optical-scan ballots cast in his Aug. 30 primary race against Wasserman Schultz because he had concerns about the integrity of the elections office. Under longstanding federal law, ballots cast in a congressional race aren’t supposed to be destroyed until 22 months after the election. And under state law, a public record sought in a court case is not supposed to be destroyed without a judge’s order. Snipes’ office, however, destroyed the paper ballots in question in September — in the middle of Canova’s lawsuit — but says it’s lawful because the office made high-quality electronic copies. Canova’s legal team found out after the fact last month. “The documents were not destroyed because they were maintained in an electronic format,” Snipes’ attorney, Burnadette Norris-Weeks, told POLITICO. “They have the documents. … They did a two-day inspection of the ballots.” But Canova, a Nova Southeastern University law professor, and his attorney say they wanted originals to make sure they weren’t tampered with. Digital copies can be altered, they said.
originally posted by: Lab4Us
a reply to: sligtlyskeptical
Interesting. How do you know they are real votes and aren’t just being manufactured now to flip the results? Not saying they aren’t real votes, but let’s not pretend campaigns wouldn’t “find” votes in a close election. Unless there is naïveté involved...