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

Melissa108 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 3:36 PM
The latest news I read stated that the election supervisor Gertrude Walker has denied the recount of the early ballots where the problems and glitches were caused. Walker will only allow the later votes to be counted which is useless, since the problem was with the early votes. What is Gertrude Walker trying to hide? Now they want to release the ballots 1 day before they are certified. This would make a recount in 24 hours impossible. Shame on you Gertrude Walker! Voter fraud has got to stop!
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:54 PM
I'd say it needs to be taken out of the hands of partisan democrats like Gertrude Walker and put in the hands of a panel of randomly selected voter, with plenty of video cameras watching.

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...