After 14 hours working the recount in my county, I want to get a few things straight. Let's dig in.
"Undervote" = a ballot on which the machine did not read any vote in any one of the three races being recounted.
It is simple math.
Palm Beach had just about 700,000 votes cast.
Miami-Dade had over 800,000 votes cast.
They aren't using more machines than we are by any reports I have seen. So, assuming they have as few issues as we did, it will take them 7-9x LONGER.
What votes, you ask?
For those, the ballot is "duplicated."
THE BROWARD BALLOT WAS 10 PAGES LONG!
Even Scott's SOS says there is no evidence of fraud. From my personal observation, they are right. The question is a simple one: Do you want all the votes to be counted or don't you?
If you don't want all the votes counted, and specifically the military and overseas votes which, again, are not even due yet, then take a self-inventory.
Why isn't he?