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UPDATE: Partial Recount in Tight Florida House Race Between West and Murphy

Evelyn116 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:36 PM
What is the difference between the obvious numbers of "more votes than voters" and your side screaming "voter suppression" when citizens wanted to insure the integrity of the voting process? You know like..no dead people voting; people not casting multiple votes; illegals not voting...all of which are illegal and disenfranchise legitimate voters. If YOUR side would have lost you would have screamed "voter suppression!" The difference is we have facts--you do not.
Marek3 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:43 PM
Hash Evelyn, you talking sense. Let's not get in a way of RGR25 fantasies.

Florida officials have ordered a partial recount in the race between Republican Allen West and his challenger Democrat Patrick Murphy. As we reported yesterday, there was over 100% turnout in several precincts in St. Lucie County, Florida. The election officials in that county announced late yesterday that there would be an emergency meeting Sunday morning at 7 AM.

It turns out this emergency meeting was set up to recount the ballots cast during early voting. It is estimated that roughly 37,000 early ballots were cast.

West, who has refused to concede the race, is currently trailing...