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SugarShack Donating Member (979 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-19-11 12:42 PM
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Florida needs our countries help! We still have electronic voting!
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The state of Florida is still accepting electronic totals just like the touchscreens, according to our new paper ballow law. Our recount system was gutted from 1% to 1/2% after 100 years thus ensuring the candidate will pay for a recount and the ballots are NEVER COUNTED! Florida state law says the the "state will accept electronic totals".

Florida state law says the "ballot is to be counted in a recount situation only"

The audit system was gutted as well to check 1 or 2 percent of precincts, which does not even verify 50% of the vote! You DON'T KNOW IF IT'S CLEAN!!!

Florida is once again the state that will decide the 2012 election? Florida is once again the state that will help in the theft for whoever they want.

The nation needs to help Florida to stop this theft of our elections. There is no will in the state with the officials or activists. Once we got the ballot, to be counted in a recount situation only, the activists in Florida went home, or on to the next campaign.

Can the nation help Florida?

:shrug:

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