Skip to comments.Judge Roy Moore DEMANDS a RECOUNT
Posted on 12/13/2017 10:32:44 AM PST by Eleutheria5
...after AP Calls Alabama Race for Democrat Doug Jones
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I heard on TV last night that if a win was less than one %, then it was normally an auto recount. If I heard it correctly.
Part of me says yes, no more Franken-Steals. The other part says no more goat-rodeo’s this will be a huge distraction as Mika and her toy-boy contribute to global warming constantly yammering about it.
“it’s not over, and there’s a procedure we have to follow in a race this close.”
Which procedure is that?
Lets all go to Alabama with additonal votes for Roy Moore in our trunks.
We want to see how the Democrats had 92% of their voters at the polls. Has that ever happened in any state before? If Al Franken could get two recounts to get him into the Senate, Judge Moore should get at least two.
I didn’t hear him demand a recount in that. Sounded like he was just saying there are still more votes to be counted and we’ll see what it looks like in the morning.
I want him and OANN to legally demand access to the voter books containing the signatures of those who came in and voted, to compare the numbers with the electronic tabulations.
“if a win was less than one %, then it was normally an auto recount.”
It’s 0.5 percent or less for a recount by Alabama law. He lost by more than that.
It ended up being a 1.5% spread. Not that close. Moore is wasting his efforts.
He lost by 1.5%.
Per my morning radio, a candidate can call for, and receive a recount.
If less than 0.5% the state pays.
If greater than 0.5%, the candiadate must pay.
Therefore, if he is willing to pay, he must have found some discrepancies overnight.
While it would be funny to give the libs the same treatment... it really just shows what a prima donna he is... ME ME ME its all about ME!!
It’s not 92% of registered Democrat voters, it’s 92% of the number that actually voted in 2016 (which is a lot less than the total registered voters). At least I think that’s what they’ve been saying.
Still seems incredible, but not as incredible as it would be if it were of all registered voters.
Still, can’t trust any numbers or ballots or counting of votes where Democraps are concerned. I hope this whole thing is examined very very closely.
Maybe he can write a book “What Happened?”
In Final-Hour Order, Court Rules That Alabama Can Destroy Digital Voting Records After All
Gizmo | 12/11/17 | Connor Sheets
Alabama is allowed to destroy digital voting records created at the polls during today's U.S. Senate election after all.
At 1:36 p.m. Monday, a Montgomery County Circuit Court judge issued an order directing Alabama election officials to preserve all digital ballot images created at polling places across the state today.
But at 4:32 p.m. Monday, attorneys for Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill and Ed Packard, the state administrator of elections, filed an "emergency motion to stay" that order, which the state Supreme Court granted minutes after Merrill and Packard's motion was filed.
By granting the stay, the court effectively told the state that it does not in fact have to preserve the digital ballot images - essentially digitized versions of the paper ballots voters fill out at the voting booth - created today.
The court will hold a hearing on Dec. 21 about whether to dismiss the case outright. By that point the state will have had ample time to destroy the digital ballot images legally under the stay.
Merrill and Packard's attorneys argued in the emergency motion Monday that the two officials "do not have authority to maintain such records or to require local officials to do so. Plaintiffs therefore lack standing, the Circuit Court lacks jurisdiction, and the order is a nullity. Although a nullity, it will, if not stayed, cause confusion among elections officials and be disruptive to an election scheduled for tomorrow."
But Priscilla Duncan, attorney for four Alabama voters who sued the state last week in an attempt to force election officials to preserve the digital records, said Tuesday that their argument was "spurious" and misleading.
The only thing that matters is what State law says on the matter.
As I understand it, the threshold for mandatory recount was passed and the only thing pending is AG certification.
Well, everyone DID make it about him!
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