Mrs.Bucher say she has had perfect audits. But the media should ask her about the uncounted absentee ballots, that the South County SOE Manger misplaced and found them after the January Primary was certified and after the audit! I guess you can make any audit perfect! someone should step in before she pull the wool over your eyes too!
The more technology we use the worse it gets. Return to the pencil and paper ballot and the ballot box. That is, provided that the people know how to read, count and write and where to stick it.
the problem came from erant computer, know how can that be her fault susan bucher has done her job and is not to blame
i do not think it is fair to add the event from 10 years ago into this blog. a reader skimming this article will assume that was susan's mistake. i am not exactly sure the election results process but it does seem when it comes to Wellington it should be a multiple supervisor process. with the multiple issues over the past 10 years found in wellington it would not be appropriate to assume the supervisor of elections (susan) was the sole error. we should probaly be asking for a new check and balance system of computers and humans before voting someone outnof office.
The former supervisor of elections lost her bid on reelection. Florida and Palm Beach County were put inthe national spot light due to the butterfly ballot. We still are infamous for the butterfly ballot especially during the presidential elections. What makes the current supervisor of elections exempt from controversy?Human error or computer she's responsible for the process. She oversees the process to avoid problems. Where was the supervisor of elections? If it's crazy now wait for the presidential election? What excuse will she come up if there's a glitch?
What would the very detailed, critical, and outspoken Susan Bucher say in her press releasse if she were now running for Election Supervisor and the incumbent messed up again and again. I think she would say "time for a new Supervisor" She is too busy running around the state complaining about election laws and apparently not enough time at home. Some reporter should ask her what she would do and say if she was the challenger.