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Update of Florida Election Recount

From: USAvictory
Sent on: Sunday, November 11, 2018 2:33 AM

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE


The Florida recount has begun.

If you are reading this email, you are reading official information for Orange County regarding the Republican Party's recount efforts.  Please respond to this email or volunteer by sending an email to [address removed] and/or call or text[masked] if you want to volunteer starting Monday, November 12, 2018 through Thursday, November 15, 2018.

Do not be discouraged if you are not scheduled yet; part of the our efforts starting Monday, November 12, 2018 through Thursday, November 15, 2018 is to have volunteers just to be on site to keep and observe the machine recount for the Republican Party in a respectful and professional manner.  TheMACHINE RECOUNT -- what is happening between Monday, November 12, 2018 through Thursday, November 15, 2018 -- is not a "hand recount" and it is putting ballots through machines; for example, I have been at the Supervisor of Elections for three days now watching a calibration and a "sort" (not recount) and watching the machines is like watching glue dry with the stakes being life or death.

That said, there is a lot of information is circulating that is not applicable to you if you live in Orange County, Florida.

Why?

Volusia and Osceola Counties have already begun their recounts today, November 10, 2018.  In fact, Volusia started their recount 45 minutes after being told by the State of Florida to begin a recount.  Orange's recount does not start until Monday, November 12, 2018.

Classes are not mandatory at all.  The vast majority of you for theMACHINE RECOUNT are going to be public observers.

What is a public observer?  A "public observer" is an observer and all it requires is your willingness to help and be present.  The Orange County Republican Party will provide clipboards (but if you have one, bring yours), a pen (if you have one, bring yours), and a log for you to fill out as you observe what is happening and record any anomalies you see.

However, it cannot be stressed enough at the MACHINE RECOUNT stage, the vast majority of our volunteers are observers and not representatives of the Republican Party and the campaigns themselves.  At this stage, your job will be to observe and let party officials know what you observe not interact with anyone or with the Office of the Supervisor of Elections.

Unless you are Brenda Snipes (wherein apparently no law applies to you at all), the machine recount by law must end by 3 p.m. on Thursday, November 15, 2018.  If the difference in votes between any of the top two vote getters is less than a quarter percent (or 0.25), then a MANUAL RECOUNT will occur.  A manual recount is not a review of each ballot, it is a review of the undervotes (votes where the voter did not vote for a candidate) and overvotes (where the voter voted for two or more candidates).

Right now, this is where we are anticipating where we will need the most help -- we will need you for a MANUAL RECOUNT.  That is not to say we do not need you during the MACHINE RECOUNT, we do -- the Democrats will be out in force and likely looking to cause problems.

Whatever the case, you are talking to the person who is heading up our volunteer efforts in Orange County and I not prohibiting anyone from volunteering for the recount on the basis of whether they took a class or not.  Naturally, though please bare in mind, we have to follow the law and at each stage there are only so many people allowed into the recount room and those decisions are based on many factors. 

If you really want to take a class I can provide you with that information or give you the handout used at the class. 

Frankly, this recount -- a recount of three statewide races -- was not anticipated by anyone and we are learning at times on the fly.  You are living real history as it happens.  That said, we all are going to do our best to defend our candidates, protect our Republic, and keep the Democrats from stealing this election.  As I said before, ALL HANDS ON DECK!

Right now, it is probably best to text me at[masked] with questions or email me at [address removed].

Conservatively yours,
Charles Hart
Chairman

An update from Len Collins:


Our friend and Attorney, Len Collins, has spent the entire day at the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office and it is becoming more and more apparent that there is no way Ron DeSantis can be defeated by Andrew Gillum with or without a recount.

To quote Len, "There ain't no way!".

 

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