BREAKING: Ballot Counting Machines in Palm Beach BREAK DOWN – Bucher Says All 179,000 Early Votes Have to be Recounted

Here we go–more delays and shadiness in Palm Beach County.

The ballot counting machines in Palm Beach County broke down Tuesday evening.

The elections supervisor Susan Bucher says that they now have to rerun all early vote tallies in the Senate race!

This already took them a day and a half to count–and they were given an extension by a judge to finish the recount by November 20th.

Via WPBF reporter Terri Parker:

BREAKING: ballot counting machines break down in Palm Beach County – Susan Bucher says they have to rerun all early vote tallies in Senate Race – that already took them a day and a half to tally

BREAKING: MORE DELAYS – PBC Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher says they’ve flown in mechanics to work on aging ballot counting machines that are stressed from recount & giving incorrect totals. All 179,000 early votes will have to be recounted

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