Florida's Recount Is Over, But Worries About A 2020 Election 'Meltdown' Persist | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Florida's Recount Is Over, But Worries About A 2020 Election 'Meltdown' Persist

After nearly two weeks, the Sunshine State's darkest recurring political nightmare is over.

Florida's recount process was marred by accusations of incompetence, antiquated voting technology and even a ballot design issue that some Democrats believe cost them a Senate seat. Republicans and the president even suggested — without evidence — that voter fraud had been committed.

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For some it brought back flashbacks to the 2000 presidential election, when the nation's attention was brought to Florida's humiliating, poorly-organized recount procedure.

A day after the recount was finalized, with the state's gubernatorial and senate races in the GOP column, campaign lawyers and election administration experts are chewing over the recount process and what went wrong.

The worst fear they have is that there could be another election meltdown in two years, when the state could again be instrumental in deciding the presidential race.

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