No One Votes In Florida Election

By | March 14, 2008

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Every vote counts. But what happens when there are no votes at all? That’s the situation city officials in Tamarac are facing. No voters showed up Wednesday night to cast a ballot in an annexation referendum for an unincorporated Broward County community.

There are 68 registered voters in the 200-person Prospect Bend neighborhood. Tamarac officials have proposed annexing the neighborhood.

Details were mailed to registered voters. If just one voter had shown up, that one vote would have decided the neighborhood’s fate.

The cost of keeping a polling site open for 12 hours with no voters: $2,500.

City officials could take another approach to annexing the area. One option is a mail-in ballot election. – cbsnews

Perhaps all 68 registered voters figured out that in Florida electronic votes are rigged, so the only way to stop the machines from cheating is if no one votes at all.

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