YOUR INDEPENDENT VOICE
REMATCH: Tim Canova for Congress vs. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Vote November 6th, 2018
2016 BALLOT DESTRUCTION
After Tim reportedly lost to Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the August 30, 2016 Democratic Primary, he repeatedly asked to inspect the ballots. After being stonewalled for months, Tim sued and with the suit pending, the Broward Elections Supervisor destroyed all the ballots cast, which she admits to in this videotaped deposition.
A judge agreed with Tim and issued a summary judgment against the Elections Supervisor. Watch Tim’s speech before an election integrity forum where he describes the case and why he’s challenging Wasserman Schultz again, this time as an independent No Party Affiliation candidate.
“He has vowed to run a campaign based on small-donor support, calling Wasserman Schultz ‘the quintessential corporate machine politician.”
Meet Tim Canova
“He has worked with former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson against the drug war and private prisons; worked with the Sanders campaigns of the past; and was a former aide to the late Sen. Paul Tsongas. He is an outspoken advocate of the Ron Paul/Alan Grayson-sponsored Audit the Fed bill, and a vehement opponent of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.”
Tim’s message: “Our supporters have been working tirelessly while the media, both political parties and every level of law enforcement have been asleep on the issue.”
“None of our law enforcement agencies were interested in starting criminal investigations. Unfortunately, nobody seems to care about election rigging until it happens to them.”
We’re in a dead heat. No wonder why Wasserman Schultz is campaigning with the disgraced Broward Elections Supervisor Brendan Snipes, who illegally destroyed all the paper ballots in our 2016 primary.
Wasserman Schultz should be investigating and not posing for photos with the Elections Supervisor who illegally destroyed our ballots.
“When Democratic Party officials in Florida refused to join my call for an investigation into Broward’s ballot destruction, that was finally enough.”
Tim Canova has called health care “a universal human right” and supports the creation of a Medicare-for-all, single-payer health system.
Vote-by-mail ballots cast in the 2012 and 2016 general election had a higher rejection rate than votes cast at assigned precincts on Election Day and at early voting sites.
“The most prominent case of something running afoul in recent years was during a contested 2016 primary for Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.”
Tim spoke at the Audit USA forum in Hollywood, Florida about the illegal ballot destruction in his 2016 Democratic Primary and the importance of election integrity in his 2018 campaign.
Big Sugar has contributed more than $50 million to Republican and Democratic parties and candidates in Florida — including Debbie Wasserman Schultz, one of the ringleaders.
Wasserman Schultz Re-Election Bid Fueled By Half-Million-Dollar Investment From Super PAC with Ties to Sugar, Fossil Fuel Industries
Canova Successfully Promotes His Vision, Makes Compelling Case Against Debbie Wasserman Schultz in First Primary Debate
The Sun Sentinel lamely points out that Snipes has not been charged with any crime — at least not yet — to try to justify her remaining in office, making $177,628 a year, until 2020