Like I said

From reports of voter suppression and voter fraud to problems with ID laws and early voting, 2018 voters have to navigate a minefield of different issues, that vary widely from state to state and county to county
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams’ campaign argued in a press conference today that a recount or runoff is still possible, if all the votes in the state are counted. Republican candidate Brian Kemp cannot declare victory in their midterm race, as he did on Wednesday, they said, due to thousands of uncounted or unaccepted ballots throughout the state.
Both the Florida governor and senate races are now in recount territory. The race between Gillum and Ron DeSantis for governor has narrowed to a percentage below the threshold legally needed to trigger a recount by machine.
A Florida judge has ordered Broward County Board of Elections supervisor Brenda Snipes to turn over all records requested by Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott no later than 7 p.m. Friday. Thousands of ballots remain uncounted, according to the Miami Herald, including in the Democratic stronghold of Broward County, where officials have yet to disclose early voting and absentee totals.
Brenda Snipes, the Broward County Board of Elections Supervisor previously convicted for illegally destroying ballots, is once again under scrutiny for her questionable handling of Tuesday’s elections. Snipes has so far refused to disclose the number of Broward County ballots that have yet to be counted more than 40 hours after the polls closed, in possible violation of Florida law, which requires timely reporting of vote counts.
Starr County District Attorney Omar Escobar, Jr., confirmed to the Monitor that, on Thursday, investigators with his office took into custody Modesta Vela, 60, and charged her with four felony counts of illegal voting, election fraud, and knowingly possessing a ballot or ballot envelope of another person with the intent to defraud, as well as a misdemeanor charge of unlawful assistance of a voter.
Like I wrote before, this is a circus and not a funny one at that. If you think that your vote counted, well, think again. Elections are a sham to give voters the impression that they have a choice; they don’t.

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