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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
The Dems are trying to steal the Florida senate seat. Almost 2 days after the polls closed, the Broward County officials are still finding new votes in all sorts of new and interesting orifices, and are on the verse of flipping the Senate seat to the Democrat. 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.
Accusing Democrats of a coordinated effort to "steal the election," Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott filed explosive lawsuits late Thursday against the top election officials in two heavily Democratic counties, charging they are illegally refusing to provide any information about the number of ballots cast or counted there.
The bombshell litigation comes hours after Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio, in an extraordinary series of tweets that alleged incompetence if not outright complicity by Florida officials, charged that Democratic lawyers were "descending on" the state in a calculated attempt to "change the results" and "try and steal" races for Senate and agriculture commissioner.
A recount now appears imminent not only in Scott's race, but also in the agricultural commissioner race and Florida's high-profile gubernatorial contest between Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis, based on new vote totals -- even though Gillum has already conceded.
originally posted by: JinMI
This is looking like the most corrupt tinkering of all time.
Are there any other points of view that may put this into some sort of context that doesn't look so damning?
More than 1,000 registered voters in Broward County unlawfully listed United Parcel Service (UPS) boxes as the address where they live, official records show.
According to Florida Statute 97.053, voter applicants must provide their “legal residence address.” The official Florida Voter Registration form specifically asks for “Legal Residence-no P.O. Box.” On the Broward Supervisor of Elections website, citizens are told valid applications must include, “Full Name, Date of Birth, Address of Legal Residence (address where you live), Florida Drivers License number or Florida ID card, or the last four digits of Social Security number and signature.”
Despite the clear instructions, a Media Trackers Florida investigation found 1,128 registered voters in Broward County listed a UPS box as the place where they live.