Election Irregularities Persist in Palm Beach County 20 Years After Bush-Gore Standoff

Daily Signal- You would think that after being one of the centers of the election storm in 2000 when the hotly contested Florida recount determined whether George Bush or Al Gore would be president of the United States, Palm Beach County would have gotten its act together.

But as is evident from a recent report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation, which shows problems such as the dead rising from their graves to vote, Palm Beach County still is not properly supervising the election process or maintaining accurate voter registration rolls.

This latest revelation comes on top of the decision last January by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to remove Susan Bucher, the county’s election supervisor, for incompetence and neglect of duty in the 2018 election. The news also follows the recent arrest and removal of the information technology manager of the elections office for shoving a police officer who was investigating child pornography.   

The report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation, titled “Calm Before the Storm,” is based on a three-month review of Palm Beach County’s records, practices, and procedures. Unfortunately, that review found numerous problems, ranging from clerical errors in voter records to evidence of double voting and ballots cast by the deceased. read more

7 Comments on Election Irregularities Persist in Palm Beach County 20 Years After Bush-Gore Standoff

  1. You would think that 20 years after Bush/Gore, the differently abled would quit trying to convince anyone else, that a recount determined the “election”.

  2. No one has been charged or arrested, much less tried, convicted, and sentenced to prison, and only one person lost her job. With no deterrent, why the heck should the PBC dems NOT continue to cheat?


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