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Republicans accuse Broward County of dishonesty as Senate, governor vote counts drag on

Republicans accuse Broward County of dishonesty as Senate, governor vote counts drag on

A number of prominent Republicans, including President Donald Trump and Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.), have accused election officials in Broward County, Florida, of being dishonest in their handling of counting votes, especially in the two statewide races for Senate and governor.

and U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott has sued the Broward County supervisor of elections, demanding access to records that Scott argues should be publicly available anyway.

The Broward County ballot was poorly designed: Election records show that in Broward County 24,900 residents skipped the crucial race for Senate and voted only for the governor’s race.

2000: During the Bush vs. Gore election recount debacle, the Gore campaign specifically asked for recounts in Broward County (in addition to Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Volusia counties).

During the same primary election, Broward County also broke state law and released early results 30 minutes before polls closed.

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