As Broward County Elections prepares for another election in January, Wednesday the county took a step back to look at what happened in November.
The Broward County canvassing board was set to meet Friday to finalize counts for overseas and military ballots and certify election results as criticism of the county’s election office continued to mount this week after nearly 1,000 ballots were discovered in a warehouse.
Florida’s fiasco on Election Day is getting worse. Broward elections workers Monday said they found 963 unaccounted-for ballots in a warehouse a week after the election was over, according to the Sun Sentinel.
Broward County election department workers will tackle provisional ballots on Thursday as they move toward closing out the November General Election.
It’s a record breaking year for absentee ballot voting in Broward County.
On the last day of early voting in Broward County, many said the lines were the longest they’d seen all week.
For Broward County’s illegal voters, Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes is their worst enemy. Snipes said that she snatched up five ballots before they could be mailed to convicted felons who have been accused of voting illegally. What she did mail them is warning letters.
“Load ‘em up, move ‘em out” was the order of the morning for Broward’s Supervisor of Elections.
Voters in Broward should keep an eye out for new voter information cards which will be arriving by mail in the days.
Despite protests from voting rights groups, Democrats, and several Supervisors of Elections; Florida’s voter roll purge isn’t slowing down. That’s left local elections departments with the tall task of trying to make sense of a list of “non-citizen” voters compiled by the state.