Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes (shown above right) announced that she might retire from her post on Tuesday amid a major ballot controversy in her county.
Florida closed the polls just as every other state did after the midterm elections on November 5.
But the Sunshine State has remained in the fight with a recount effort well underway.
Broward County helped to trigger the highly controversial recount by finding additional uncounted ballots after the deadline came due to submit them. And some critics have alleged voter fraud in response.
“It is time to move on,” Snipes told reporters, according to the Miami Herald.
“I think I have served the purpose that I came for, which is to provide a credible election product for Broward.”
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