From what I’ve read, some of the over-vote confusion is due to multi-part forms used in these various districts. However, you couldn’t have more fertile ground for vote fraud than areas where the process is overly complicated, like this.
It's ENTIRELY due to multi-part ballots. If you look at the numbers released by the county, the first two sheets (summary sheets) list the number of "cards counted." THIS is the place where you see "turnouts" of 113% and up, with a total "turnout" for the county of 141.1%. That's because the ballot was so long in this county (and, as I understand it, throughout Florida) that it was split up onto two different ballots. So, each voter who voted actually had two ballots cast.
If you look at the whole report, the rest of it lists the number of ballots cast in each race. For President/Vice-President, for example, the report states that out of 175,554 registered voters, there were 123,591 votes counted for President/Vice-President. This equals a turnout of ~70.4%.
So, the ~140% turnout reflected the fact, because of the length of the ballot, there were two different ballots issued to each voter. 70% turnout * 2 ballots = 140% turnout (where turnout = ballots/voters)
You believe everything you read? You mean they voted on more than one form? Really? Well, where are the examples that we can see of one of these multi-form votes from the disputed counties? Lets see them. How about some testimony from voters.