An election observer working in Palm Beach reports that workers recreated damaged ballots far away from sight for hours until the Supervisor of Elections forced them to relocate.
Damaged ballots in Palm Beach were reprinted and refilled far away from the view of overnight election observers on Saturday night, until the county’s Supervisor of Elections forced the ballot refilling to be done in a visible area.
One election observer was told these ballots had been damaged and were unable to be processed. In order for these votes to be counted, more ballots would need to be printed, and workers would need to manually transfer the each ballot’s votes to the new ballot so they could be fed into a machine.
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