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Broward County’s Embattled Supervisor of Elections Says She Might Step Down

Broward County’s Embattled Supervisor of Elections Says She Might Step Down

She’s unhappy that her character is under the microscope, but there’s good reason to be wary of Snipes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNwqBOMbIRQ

During a press conference Tuesday, Brenda Snipes, Broward County’s embattled Supervisor of Elections, indicated she might step down.

Snipes is unhappy that her character is under the microscope:

Buuuuuut, there’s good reason to be wary of Snipes given her longstanding history of election irregularities, particularly in a race with a razor-thin margin.

The Miami Herald outlined a few:

Machine glitches delay the start of ballot recount in Broward County by hours

Broward elections office included 22 void ballots in its final total sent to state

Whoops! Brenda Snipes’ office mixed bad provisional ballots with good ones

Judge’s ruling that ballots were illegally destroyed continues Broward election woes

For an incredibly detailed account of Snipes’ past, see the Miami Herald here.

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NO.

Under NO circumstances allow her to ‘step down’. She’ll just run again during the next election.

She needs to be FIRED and PROSECUTED and prevented from ever holding an office for dog catcher again.

“I’ll just check with my family.”

Uh, yeah … put it to a vote.

Trivial FYI, ‘SOE’ refers to Supervisor Of Elections, not Secretary.

“It is time to move on, to let someone else… I think I have served the purpose that I came here for….”

Yes, you did that. Now, a nice fine and jail cell…

Fire her. Yesterday…!!!

Prosecute as warranted.

    alaskabob in reply to Ragspierre. | November 13, 2018 at 9:02 pm

    You forget the “PROTECTED” is Protected Minority. When the USA morphs into a country … place… geographical area… and Whites are a minority forget equality… social justice means punishment and diminished rights for centuries… if ever. Thurgood Marshall wanted affirmative action for centuries.

      Ragspierre and I don’t exactly see eye to eye on certain things, coming from much different perspectives, but on this I find myself in complete agreement. At bare minimum, she has demonstrated vast organizational incompetence. Malice may or may not ever be proven, but at the very least, the quality of her work simply isn’t acceptable.

I’m sure she’ll step down as soon as she’s done disenfranchising Republican voters. So, like never.

Colonel Travis | November 13, 2018 at 8:49 pm

When I was a kid I was taught that incompetence and corruption would undermine your career and/or life. The older I get, the more I see these horrible traits rewarding way too many.

Does anyone in charge have standards?

Brenda reminds me of that woman from ACORN, Bertha. Bertha is not a DOKTOR, like Brenda.

Aww, she’s unhappy with the way she has been treated?! How else do you treat a corrupt and crooked person, regardless of color, who looks to steal elections? How else do you treat a person who has done a horrendous job that should be one of integrity, yet she turned it into criminal behavior?

The DOJ or the State, I don’t care which, needs to make sure she is wearing her new favorite color Orange for the foreseeable future.

“I don’t have a treasure trove to go out digging on the beach somewhere to find any votes”

I seem to recall trucks delivering pallets of votes.

Laura Loomer caught Gillum and Snipes meeting at her church.
What are those two doing meeting in the middle of a recount??

“Snipes is unhappy her character is under a microscope.
How ironic. If she has any character, a microscope is the only way to find it.

She’s just pouting because somebody turned over her rock and exposed her to public scrutiny.

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