Earlier today, former Congressional candidate Tim Canova announced that his legal team filed a complaint officially contesting the results of last month’s congressional race, in which Canova faced off against former DNC Chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
The Canova campaign website announced the move:
“Tim Canova, independent candidate in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District, hasfiled a motion for a court to invalidate the results of the 2018 general election and declare that a “new election shall proceed with hand-marked paper ballots that are counted by hand in public and reported immediately and publicly at the local precinct level.”
“…In the details of Canova’s court filing, Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes [is alleged to have] “engaged in misconduct that was sufficient to change or place in doubt the results of the 2018 election.”
Canova cites Snipes, Dozel Spencer, the SOE Director of Voting Equipment, and other deputy supervisors “violated their oaths to faithfully perform their duties, engaged in repeated misconduct and violations of state and federal laws, including criminal statutes.” – READ MORE