Ballot Destruction & Election Integrity

Tim sued them last June, and some months later the Supervisor destroyed the ballots while the lawsuit was pending. The ballot destruction defied the court’s authority, constituted destruction of evidence, violated federal and state laws, and the potential for civil and criminal sanctions.

Our 2016 Democratic primary against Debbie Wasserman Schultz ended with serious concerns about the outcome. Our internal field numbers showed a much different result and so Tim decided to put in a request to inspect the ballots under Florida’s public records statute. The Broward Supervisor of Elections stonewalled us for months, Tim sued them last June, and some months later the Supervisor destroyed the ballots while the lawsuit was pending. The ballot destruction defied the court’s authority, constituted destruction of evidence, violated federal and state laws, and the potential for civil and criminal sanctions.

Here are two interviews Tim did concerning the ballot destruction:

The consequences (civil, criminal, political) of the ballot destruction have not yet played out. In addition, we are committed to preventing the possibility of another stolen election by raising  funds for a citizens audit and to be ready to challenge the results in court if need be.

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