Florida Official Overseeing Vote Count Destroyed Ballots, Accused of Not Removing Dead Voters from Rolls

AP Photo/David Adame

by John Binder

The Florida official put in charge of counting votes in Broward County — the most liberal county in the state — for the gubernatorial and Senate race previously destroyed voter ballots, a judge ruled, and was most recently accused of not removing dead voters from the voter rolls.

Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes is in charge of vote counting in the area and has yet to disclose how many ballots are still not counted despite the election for governor and Senate occurring two days ago.

Currently, in the Senate race, Republican Rick Scott is leading Democrat incumbent Bill Nelson by more than 20,000 votes. Nelson is hoping for a blowout in Broward County to push him over the edge for re-election.

Snipes was confronted by local media about why the vote count in Broward County has taken so long.

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3 responses to “Florida Official Overseeing Vote Count Destroyed Ballots, Accused of Not Removing Dead Voters from Rolls”

  1. Kafir Carol says:

    Meanwhile, Alachua County is known as a “problematic” county. Today, from noon to 4, at Supervisor of Elections (N.Main St.) there will be a review of the ~550 provisional and absentee ballots, and the count of accepted the thereof. The recount of Alachua County votes for FL governor, Senate, and Agric. commissioner will coming soon, TBA. Re. deceased on the FL voter rolls, Obama’s DOJ sued Florida for removing them off /cleaning the voter rolls!

  2. Bill Boykin says:

    Jail & fines for those that commit voter fraud. No national activity is more important than accurate counting of legal votes.

  3. Joe Z says:

    Bill, you are 100% correct….A+. Now, let’s put that fat load in the slammer where she belongs.

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