The problems in Broward County, Florida and elsewhere continue, and former Obama Car Czar Steve Rattner agrees with a theory from FiveThirtyEight with what’s keeping Dems from winning (including Al Gore):
Poor ballot design in Palm Beach County cost Gore the presidency in 2000 and now similar incompetence may cost Nelson his Senate seat. How hard can it be to design a ballot voters understand? https://t.co/yVaT41S2hc
— Steven Rattner (@SteveRattner) November 9, 2018
Can the same ballot be biased against one party over the other?
Apparently they are ballots that only Broward voters "don't understand." https://t.co/FvrKN85ZeQ
— Sister Toldjah ? (@sistertoldjah) November 10, 2018
If you aren't bright enough to find the clearly visible Senate voting box which looks exactly like every other one
Your vote will not be missed https://t.co/5acZfXu9Yg
— Jim Hanson (@Uncle_Jimbo) November 10, 2018
Funny that it seems to be only the Democrats who can’t seem to understand the ballots… what a surprise…
— Scott Pearson (@spearson999) November 9, 2018
With all due respect, if people cannot figure out where to vote on that ballot, they should not vote.
— StevyDe (@de_stevyde77) November 9, 2018
Would not surprise me if folks missed the Senate race on that ballot. I suspect a large chunk of people don't pay attention to the instructions ? https://t.co/jplF00jQpi
— Persnickety (@Dawnsfire) November 10, 2018
Maybe some voters have never heard the old saying “when all else fails, read the directions.”
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