Comment by Jim Campbell
November 8th 2018
A disturbing trend seems to be emerging out of the November 7th mid-term elections.
Florida Gubernatorial Candidate, Andrew Gillum has apparently conceded the race but has he in fact?
Is he going to demand a recount so that missed placed ballots and those that have been lost have been tallied.
Same thing goes with Republican Senatorial Candidates in Arizona.
Florida Gubernatorial Democratic candidate Mayor Andrew Gillum gives his concession speech alongside his wife First Lady R. Jai Gillum, running mate Chris King and his wife Kristen King on the campus Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Fla., on Tuesday
The same goes for the hotly contested Arizona Senate between Martha McSally and Krysten Sinema.
As of 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sinema has 932,870 votes statewide, while McSally has 923,260.
Are we headed toward the voting standards of a third world banana republic?
The left would love that.
Remember, as Mark Twain has been oft quoted,“If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.”
345,000 votes remain uncounted in Maricopa County while a small number of ballots remain uncounted as well in smaller counties.
Maricopa County in Arizona tends to vote the straight Republican ticket, there in lies the rub, McSally isn’t a true Arizona Republican.
Even as an appeaser she will be far better than the ultra liberal Krysten Sinema. (Source)
Officials estimate about 195,000 of those are early ballots, provisional, and out-of-precinct ballots that voters cast or dropped off on Election Day.
In the video below she sounds like a hard-line Republican when in reality she is as liberal as they come.
Though she will caucus with Republican’s she is the great appeaser and her votes can be as predictable as those of former Senator John Mc’Cain.
It is one of the most-watched races across the country: will Martha McSally, a Republican, or Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat, serve as Arizona’s first female senator?
Now, apparently Democrat Sinema has pulled ahead with no obvious reason.
What is going on? (Source)
It may make the reader ill.
There are likely a number of military votes that will go to McSally.
For the life of me I don’t understand why ballots cast by mail are not tabulated immediately and across the country we wait for them to be tallied.
Here’s you answer in government speak. (Source)
Are Democrats resulting to stalling techniques which will allow them to recount ballots, stall, and cling on until they get the results they wanted?
The exact same thing is happening to Governor Rick Scott in Florida the lefties have started the recount there.
Scott is suing the Florida election board to keep his lead in tact.(Source)
He alleges rampant fraud in the Florida gubernatorial race. (Source)
The Washington Times
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Democratic legal teams kicked into action Thursday, demanding a recount of the Florida Senate race that they say will declare Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson the winner as defeated Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum hedging his concession.
Mr. Nelson already had signaled his intention to fight the results in his race with Republican Gov. Rick Scott, but Mr. Gillum’s surprise announcement further roils the electoral waters in the Sunshine State.
Former Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, a strong ally of President Trump, beat Mr. Gillum, the liberal mayor of Tallahassee, in the unofficial results, and Mr. Gillum conceded shortly before midnight Tuesday.
But in a brief statement Thursday, he appeared to waffle on that.
“On Tuesday night, the Gillum for Governor campaign operated with the best information available about the number of outstanding ballots left to count,” the statement read.
“Since that time, it has become clear there are many more uncounted ballots than was originally reported.
Our campaign, along with our attorney Barry Richard, is monitoring the situation closely and is ready for an outcome, including a state-mandated recount.”
The statement provided no information on the size or location of the “uncounted ballots,” but they echoed claims made Thursday morning in a conference call the Nelson campaign arranged with Marc Elias, an election lawyer with the powerhouse Democratic firm of Perkins Coie.