Why can’t the State of Florida tally votes?

By my clock it is just minutes away from 4 pm the day after the national election, however in Florida all the national election reporting sites say that it is still too close to call yet in Florida! How can that be, as 100% of the votes have been supposedly tabulated and there is a reported difference of 46,000 in the count between the two corporate cheese politicians in that count? What is hanging up the final tally from being issued and why is the corporate media so uninterested in answering, or at least examining, that interesting question for us all?

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1 Response to Why can’t the State of Florida tally votes?

  1. Avatar Tony Logan says:

    Others are beginning to comment, too, about this EXTRA level of corruption of the corrupt US electoral system that is occurring once again in Florida. See the commentary at the counterpunch site


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