>Then the correct time to register a complaint is BEFORE the
>votes are in, not *after* an election whose outcome is not desired.
>Somehow, the ballot was OK and fair until this mess occurred.
That's because nobody TOLD them that there WAS a problem with 15,000 similar
ballots being thrown out in '96. Nobody even KNEW about that little revelation
because nobody had the power to find out. Now they do.
This is the same state, remember, where the mayoral election in Miami was
thrown out in '93, with the judge in question declaring this one of the worst
cases of corruption, voter interference and election fraud he'd ever seen. So
it ain't like there isn't precedent for this.
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