Broward County elections supervisor Brenda Snipes
What is going on in Broward County and where is the GOP??
Miami-Dade County was already halfway through its recount of over 800,000 votes by noon Monday, however; Broward County hasn’t started yet, according to the Miami Herald.
FOX News previously reported that Broward County started its recounting at around 11:30 AM Sunday — 4-and-a-half hours late.
But on Tuesday morning FOX News agreed with the Miami Herald and said the recount in Broward County had not yet started.
Broward County has less ballots to count than Miami-Dade–let that sink in.
Once again Broward County is turning out to be the problem.
Here again is the Monday report from the Miami Herald:
By noon on Monday, Miami-Dade managed to recount about half of the more than 800,000 votes cast in the 2018 election. Broward County had not yet started its state-mandated recount.
The stark contrast in pace from Florida’s two largest sources of ballots highlights the pressure facing Broward as it tries to meet a Thursday afternoon deadline to recount the more than 700,000 votes cast in the largely Democratic county.
As of noon Monday, Broward still had to calibrate its ballot-scanning machines and sort out the ballots needed to be counted, suggesting the actual recount may not start until later in the day or even Tuesday morning.
The equally corrupt elections officials in Palm Beach County said Sunday evening that they will not be able to finish their recount by the Thursday deadline either.
Florida Governor Rick Scott took legal action on Sunday in an attempt to get the situation under control as he ramps up his fight going into the recount.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi stepped in and sent letters to the FDLE and the Secretary of State Sunday, however; many believe they took too long and the damage is already done.