That's only because you're not looking hard enough. The County BoE data clearly demonstrates that this explanation is correct - if you look at the number of votes cast in any given race, compared to the number of registered voters, you'll see that the voter turnout is ~70%, not ~140%. Moreover, the State Board of Elections site, which lists turnout for each county, shows that turnout in St. Lucie County was ~70%, not ~140%.
I looked. What is your explanation for the Election Director’s statement? Why no explanation from officials after the NBC affiliate’s interview and pointing this poorly done report on the 7th? Why nothing on their County site. It’s not that I haven’t looked hard enough. I’ve looked all over. I saw the numbers. When snowislander posted his/her explanation last night, I posted it on all the threads that I have been on.
Again, what is YOUR explanation as to the Official and no explanation other than Freepers?
this is a plausible explanation, but to ridicule others for looking at an official county report, the Election director’s comment, an NBC affiliate report, and wonder why no “official” comment out of that County office, is not right.
I voted in the Florida election. The ballot was so long that it was on two ballot sheets. I think this is the key. Every voter got two ballot sheets or “cards” to vote with. Not saying that there wasnt massive voting fraud in many places but the 100 plus percent for voter cards is based on each voter getting two cards.