Allen West campaign: 'Cloud of suspicion' over results in St. Lucie County


After the canvassing board in St. Lucie County, Fla., missed a noon deadline to file election results with the Division of Elections on Sunday, the Allen West campaign questioned the ability of elections supervisor Gertrude Walker to "fairly and accurately count the results of an election."

"Today's actions cast an even greater cloud of suspicion over the results of St. Lucie County than existed before," campaign manager Tim Edson said in a press release. "Consequently, the highly-suspect results will be submitted to the Secretary of State today - even though the canvassing board has already admitted they may contain serious errors."

"Once again, Gertrude Walker has proven to be absolutely incapable of executing an accurate and fair election," Edson continued. "This election is far from over. We will continue to fight on behalf of all voters in District 18 to ensure a fair and accurate count of their votes."

According to a post at The Right Scoop, "all votes were counted but one card wouldn’t upload results."

Other problems arose when, according to Edson, a precinct with seven voters had 900 votes.

“We have concerns here,” he said. “The results are raising more questions.” More


2 comments:

  1. I'm livid with this whole thing! It's obvious that there was tremendous voter fraud in all battle ground states. I won't rest until there is a total recount in all of those states! Romney IS the President Elect and We The People need to demand the recount!!!

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