Skip to comments.Election Official Admits "Errors"
Posted on 11/14/2012 7:31:16 AM PST by Clint N. Suhks
The St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections is admitting that mistakes were made on election night
When uploading results from the last three days of early voting, Gertrude Walker blames human and machine errors, telling TC Palm "i'm not perfect, neither is my staff".
40 of 94 precincts, mostly in Fort Pierce, weren't counted at all and another 54 precincts were counted twice. In total ballots, more than 3,600 in St. Lucie were counted twice, while 1,953 were not scanned at all.
Walker says a retabulation on sunday corrected the error, and she claims she's confident that every vote has been counted accurately.
One guy who's not satisfied with that answer is republican U.S. Congressman Allen West, who is demanding another recount in the district 18 race, in which democrat Patrick Murphy is the unofficial winner.
If I were Colonel West I would NEVER CONCEDE to fraud.
Even if this weasel Murphy is officially certified as the
“winner”, anyone with a brain knows the election was stolen.
Hopefully West will get a show on Fox News making a million a year. Or he could replace that fat ass Bob Beckle on The Five. Even better would be Fox canning the Obamabot Juan
Williams and replacing him the colonel.
“...more than 3,600 in St. Lucie were counted twice, while 1,953 were not scanned at all.”
And in how many other districts in the USA did this happen?
Translation: She’s an incompetent cheater.
“I made a mistake but now that my man has won, those mistakes have been corrected.” Why is West the only republican screaming about this? Where are the Florida AG and governor?
Al gore set the precedent and turn around is fair play
“I’m not perfect” how freakin lame. I can’t believe who we have determining our fate these days.
In a fair and just world, the election would be invalidated by a judge and a court supervised election held with Deputy Sheriff’s serving as court ordered observers.
This is only the beginning. Contact swing state governors and SoS’s and DEMAND A HAND RECOUNT WITH REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVES PRESENT AND LAWYERS PRESENT
Vast incompetence on display. Other SoE’s within Florida performed their duties flawlessly. A recount of the last three days of early voting revealing a 500 vote difference screams for intervention. Up until then I thought West was failing to face reality.
What is the tendency or nature of the double counted precincts vs. the uncounted ones? Is it normally distributed or is it suspiciously lopsided?
These liberal cheaters squeal like stuck pigs with any mention of tightening up on voter ID/process, so afraid of “disenfranchising” voters, and then they engage in rampant incompetence/fraud.
What is the nature of the double counted precints as opposed to the uncounted ones? Is it normally distributed, or is it lopsided with regard to the make up?
That's been doing the same thing for 25 years
If the system is corrupt, We the People are not bound by the results.
Do you really need to ask?
Why can't we get people behind this? Most people I know feel cheated, the only district really challenged in FL is swimming in fraud, yet everyone acts like that would be a sore loser, to demand fair elections.
Times like these make me want to give up.
"...more than 3,600 in St. Lucie were counted twice, while 1,953 were not scanned at all.
- And in how many other districts in the USA did this happen?"
Yep. With the big "drop" in Republican turnout that surprised even Romney's staffers, really makes you wonder...
Baldy and Blondy are too busy making nice with Obama right now to worry about anything else.
I would have to say that, at this point, it is safe to assume that the GOPe have never seen “The Wizard of Oz” or - if they did - did not pay attention to the lesson of the “man behind the curtain”.
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