The question now isn’t whether she’s good or bad, but whether she’s incompetent or corrupt.
The woman at the center of the latest Floridian election controversy has a rich and storied history of being in the center of controversies.
That woman is Brenda Snipes.
This sums it up:
“Not only is she doing a bad job — almost anyone else in Florida could be doing a better job.”
It isn’t just the Right that takes issue with her job performance, either. The courts agree.
On Friday, following a court agreeing with a lawsuit brought by Gov. Rick Scott that Snipes had violated public records laws, she found herself the target of similar calls for her removal from office, and for the same reasons.
Source: Sun-Sentinel [emphasis added]
Why is she singled out? Because somehow, the hurricane-ravaged panhandle managed to comply with election law, but Broward County (again) did not.
Broward County supervisor of elections Brenda Snipes’ office has admitted “they don’t know” how many ballots there are still to count.
Snipes’ latest failure to finalize Tuesday’s election returns days after the polls closed is also in violation of Florida law, which requires elections officials to “report all early voting and all tabulated vote-by-mail results to the Department of State within 30 minutes after the polls close. Thereafter, the canvassing board shall report, with the exception of provisional ballot results, updated precinct election results to the department at least every 45 minutes until all results are completely reported.”
This should alarm anyone hoping for fair and accurate election returns, as Snipes’ history in Broward is checkered with numerous examples of facilitating illegal voting practices.
In 2016, she approved the destruction of Dem Primary ballots despite the fact that there was a lawsuit challenging the results.
She posted results half an hour before polls closed.
Failed to send 58,000 absentee ballots to people who requested them.
These are examples of disenfranchisement. If Russia was doing it, the Left would be ‘really upset’. Even the Miami Herald calls her
Protests are demanding her firing — at least.
Complicating the issue, since she’s elected, firing her is particularly difficult.
— A court ruled she had broken election law when she destroyed ballots from the 2016 election 12 months after it, instead of the 22 months required by federal law.
— In 2012, almost 1,000 uncounted ballots were discovered a week after the election
They don’t even pretend to care about abiding by very laws that govern them.
The next year, when Canova asked to review the paper ballots in the race, it was revealed that Snipes destroyed the ballots only 12 months after the primary. Federal and state law mandates that ballots not be destroyed until 22 months after an election.
The case exposed that Snipes’ staff had opened ballots in private in 2016 on election day.
Just last year, Snipes’ office was taken to federal court by the American Civil Rights Union, represented by the Public Interest Legal Foundation, after being accused of keeping felons, noncitizens, and dead voters on the voter rolls in Broward County and at one point allegedly having more voters on the rolls than actual voters in the county.
Or in other words, she’s a Democrat.
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