<snip> Scott’s allegations about “ballots out of nowhere” — the same words Trump used on Monday — is rooted in Broward County’s failure to regularly update the state voting system every 45 minutes with ballot tallies. As a result, tens of thousands of ballots in the Democratic-heavy county were dumped into the system all at once, causing the margins in the Senate and governor‘s races to narrow drastically.
But neither the Department of Law Enforcement nor the Division of Elections, which Scott controls, has found evidence that ballots were just conjured up from nothing. Scott went an extra step by filing an emergency motion seeking to have department or sheriff's deputies safeguard voting machines and ballots, but Broward Circuit Chief Judge Jack Tuter on Monday said there was no evidence of an emergency justifying the order because he saw no fraud.
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