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True the Vote Files Lawsuit Against Supervisor of Elections Over Mishandling of Allen West Recount

Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:40 AM
Unfortunately, even if outright fraud is proved and West is determined to have the most votes, the outcome likely won't change. "Certification" almost always sets everything in stone, and a "good faith" defense will be claimed as to the process of seating Murphy. After all, his votes have already been counted in congressional decisions. About the best thing that can come of this is evidence to support more election integrity efforts in the future. But I hope I'm wrong about West's prospects in this race.
NW-Res Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:42 AM
Yup, that's what recent history proves. My guess is that the founders would have issue with it, however.

Voter integrity group True the Vote (TTV) filed a federal lawsuit Monday against St. Lucie County Florida Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker for failing to uphold election law and for failing to enforce record inspection rights under the National Voter Registration Act and the Florida Constitution. The lawsuit has been filed in light of the gross mishandling of the recount between Rep. Allen West and now Rep. Patrick Murphy by St. Lucie County election officials.

"True the Vote's lawsuit will provide information kept from the public. It will allow for a public debate on exactly what happened, why...