I’m trying to post this (from another freeper as to an explanation on the counting in St. Lucie. i didn’t see the Broward counts double counted, but each county may differ in their reporting “style”. this might explain the weird 160% turnout)
From Freeper snowislander,
Each voter received two ballot cards Florida had a large number of constitutional amendments proposed, and it required two ballots to cover all of the races and amendments.
The first two pages of the “Statement of Votes Cast” report are somewhat misleading when they show “cards cast” as exceeding 100%, and do not indicate blatant fraud. You should divide “cards cast” by two to get the number of voters participating.
Thank you, machogirl. That makes sense.
The lady who preceded me received THREE ballots and when I asked the person who was handing them out why, she responded that different people received different number of ballots because some towns and/or districts had additional items to be voted on and the number of items to be voted on required more ballots in some areas than others.