In 2008 Al Franken was first elected to the United States Senate in 2008 as the nominee of the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party, defeating incumbent Republican Senator Norm Coleman by 312 votes out of nearly three million cast (a margin of less than 0.01%). Preliminary reports on election night, November 4, were that Coleman was leading by over 700 votes, but the official results, certified on November 18, 2008, had Coleman leading by only 215 votes. As the two candidates were separated by less than 0.5 percent of the votes cast, the Minnesota Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie, authorized the automatic recount provided for in Minnesota election law. In the recount, ballots and certifying materials were examined by hand, and candidates could file challenges to the legality of ballots or materials for inclusion or exclusion. On January 5, 2009, the Minnesota State Canvassing Board certified the recounted vote totals, with Franken ahead by 225 votes.
Now we have Florida, remember Florida, the Democrats lost the presidency to George W. Bush by 1 chad. After an intense recount process and the United States Supreme Court‘s decision in Bush v. Gore, Bush won Florida’s electoral votes by a margin of only 537 votes out of almost six million cast and as a result became the president-elect. The process was extremely divisive, and led to calls for electoral reform in Florida.
We are again back to the future in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Fraud at the highest degree is taking place on our watch. The governorship and the Senate seat are at stake. CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST DEMOCRAT PLOT IN FLORIDA AND GEORGIA. What the Democrats are trying to do as they have in the past is win through fraud by going to the liberal Democrat courts to overturn an election.