Democrats were hoping to steal the US Senate and Governor Races in Florida despite losing both races by over 80,000 votes on Election Day.
On Tuesday Broward County Elections supervisor Brenda Snipes originally reported 634,000 votes were cast in the midterm election in her county.
By last week on Friday morning Broward County Elections officials said 717,000 votes were cast in the midterm election.
Broward County Democrats mysteriously found 83,000 votes in two days!
They still have not explained how this happened.
After the recount on Thursday Broward County announced their results.
According to reporter Ian Margol every candidate lost votes since the vote totals deadline on Saturday.
Here’s an interesting little bit of info… after the recount, every single candidate had fewer votes. @WPLGLocal10
Rick Scott – 606 fewer
Bill Nelson – 1,385 fewer
Ron DeSantis – 621 fewer
Andrew Gillum – 1,373 fewer
Matt Caldwell – 616 fewer
Nikki Fried – 1,381 fewer https://t.co/AlIP3KMHVs
— Ian Margol (@IanMargolWPLG) November 15, 2018
Broward officials also said they had 2,040 votes fewer this time.
On Saturday Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes told reporters the lost ballots must be somewhere in the building.
Brenda Snipes: The ballots are in the building. The ballots are in the building. Someone must have put a stack in a tray where they didn’t belong. And we didn’t pick that up. So we continue to count… The ballots are in this building. There would be no other place for them to be.