I was told yesterday that the 141% turnout was caused by each voter had 2 cards...because we double counted voters because of the 2 cards. and the 900 votes from 7 registered votes was BS????? still confused.
and the 900 votes from 7 registered votes was BSThe polling location that served Precinct 93 (7 registered voters) also served Precinct 33 with over 1000 registered voters.
when she was asked about this she coudl not explain it and yet no other conty had this problem and certainly not my county or any other county run by republcians.
It is always Demc ounties who wait last to report their numbers so they know how many votes they need since they got caught with less votes in 2000.
It’s not just those two points you said, this is much bigger than this and many more problems.
Open for two days longer,
republicans observers kicked out,
not meeting deadline,
ballots not locked up,
Dems wiht ballots when no republicans were about,
ballots handed out with no ID check.
Bag of votes found in the corner,
republican votes not counted
duplicate votes found.
then add the illegals , snowbirds , dead and made up people and addresses
Some of this was in violation of state law.
There is no way in this world obama won this state, I drive this state a lot and trust me there is no way he won fairly and just what happened in those Dem counties again tarnish our state because of their corruption
haven’t looked further down the thread, but this is what the report says now and said on Nov 7th when the NBC affiliate asked about the over 100% turnouts. This is what caused that confusion.
(first two pages are a summary)
FIVE DAYS after the election, the * appears (after the over 100% goes “viral”) (from St. Lucie Elections)
note* - turnout percentages will show over 100% due to a two page ballot. the tabulation system (GEMS) provides voter turnout as equal to the total cards cast in the election divided by the number of registered voters. also note that some voters chose not to return by mail the second card containing the amendments.
Here’s Ms. Walker’s quote on Nov 7th to wptv
“Gertrude Walker, Supervisor of Elections for St. Lucie County, said she is not sure why the Election Summary Report lists “Cards Cast” as 141%. “They may have had something like that in Palm Beach County, but we’ve never seen that here,” she said.”