Broward County elections officials recounts
Broward County elections officials recounts: Ballots were still being counted weekday in Broward County, and there was a problemwhen the polls closed Tuesday as some precincts weren’tready to electronically submit their votes.
Broward County elections officerssame there was a difficulty with a fewvi modems not having the abilityto send their ballots electronically, therefore those results had to be driven to Lauderhill to be tallied.
Supervisor of Elections Dr. Brenda Snipes aforesaid those were all tallied, however they were still tallying some traveler ballots.
She would notofferAN estimate of what percentage, howeveraforesaid everything went okay and swimminglyTuesand also the votes from the faulty modems were tallied.
“I cannotprovide you witha preciserange,” she said.
Now, it’s simply a matter of waiting to examine what reasonably recount the state would force for the shutU.S. campaign between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic incumbent Bill Horatio Nelson — whether or notit’ll be by machine or by hand.
It’s quite an task for elections officers, however not one with that Snipes is foreign.
“We would run the ballots through the machine once more,” she said. “We check up on the over and belowvotes, relying upon what sort of recount it’s, and if there’s no distinction — if the results area unit still an equivalentamonga particularproportion% — that one that won wins.”
Snipes aforesaidthey’re designating Sabbatum as a possible day for yarn votes in Broward County. She aforesaid of the recounts she’s seen, the initial winner generally remains the winner.