Snipes was appointed Nov. 20, 2003, to replace Miriam Oliphant, who was escorted out of her office and removed from her job. While Oliphant was in office, uncounted votes were found in a cabinet drawer. Yes, Really.
Yes Really. None of the other employees that worked for Oliphant even lost their jobs when Snipes took over. Apparently uncounted votes are not a big deal.
May 2018: Destroyed ballots in Wasserman-Schultz race
Aug 2018: Judge orders Snipes to stop opening mail-in ballots in secret
Aug 2018: Vote-by-mail late arrivals in primary election
A medical marijuana amendment was left off some ballots in 2016.
In 2004, some 58,000 mail-in ballots were not delivered to voters, leaving election officials to scramble to send new ones.
In both 2008 and 2012, her opponents pointed to the elections office’s history of failings under Snipes. She won anyway & easily.
In Broward county incompetence is plentifully rewarded. And incompetence is the kindest thing that can be said of their modus operandi, everything else implies willful malice.