If they had a problem with the cards from the early voting days of Nov. 1 - 2 - 3, then they need to recount them. Here’s a bit of info from another thread.
Today West for Congress released the following statement in response to todays questionable conduct by St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker and the St. Lucie County Canvassing Board:
We are after the truth of what votes were cast by voters in St. Lucie County, and the conduct of the canvassing board today casts doubt on their reported numbers.
The St. Lucie Canvassing Boards abrupt action today was reached entirely without explanation or justification. The Campaign was informed on Saturday afternoon, while the Board met in an apparently private and unannounced session, that a decision was reached to recount all ballots cast during early voting.
There was absolutely no explanation of what events or evidence before the Board triggered this voluntary recount. The Supervisors website still includes its last-minute public notice of a full recount of early votes:
That is not what happened today. Again without any warning or notice, the Board announced this morning that it would count only the early votes cast on Nov. 1, 2, and 3. The explanation given at this point was that the four data cards in use on those three days of early voting did not upload properly on Election Night.
However, the Supervisor and the Board said on Election Night and at Thursdays canvassing board meeting that the four compromised data cards were actually taken from vote counting machines in use during the first three days of early voting. By the close of todays meeting, the Board again changed its position to explain that the decision to recount only early vote ballots cast on Nov. 1, 2, and 3 was at the direction of Tallahassee.
I wonder who in Tallahassee? In the spirit of Truth and Sanctity of the Vote, who are they throwing under the bus?
But we like the fancy touch screens.