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Sergio Otálora
Periodista Diario Las Américas (Miami). Escritor de noticiero nacional fin de semana Telemundo. Columnista de El Espectador, escritor, guionista, productor.
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Sergio Otálora 23h
Is this tuit coming from the same person who called Mayor Gillum “thief”? Politics becoming a catch-as-catch-can farce.
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Michael McDonald Nov 16
Turnout update: Now at estimated 116.2 million votes cast in the 2018 general election or a turnout rate of 49.3%. This is the highest midterm turnout rate since 1914's 50.4% and the first midterm election to top 100 million votes
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daniel a. smith Nov 15
And for good reason...
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Sergio Otálora Nov 15
This article is a master piece of hope. Trump’s Rages and the Case for Optimism | The New Yorker
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David Smiley Nov 15
Judge Mark Walker doing Judge Mark Walker things. Tells Ken Detzner that Florida's scheme for curing mismatched signatures has been applied unconstitutionally. Voters w/ mismatched signatures have until 5 pm Saturday to cure the issue and have their votes counted
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Kyle Griffin Nov 13
The U.S. recorded a $100,500,000,000 budget deficit in October, an increase of about 60% from a year earlier, as spending grew twice as fast as revenue.
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Sergio Otálora Nov 14
and other media outlets join in its lawsuit against . They are united in fighting against any attempt to erode freedom of the press
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daniel a. smith Nov 13
These Races Have Yet to Be Called. When Will We Know Who Won?
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Marc E. Elias Nov 14
You shall not spread a false report. You shall not join hands with a wicked man to be a malicious witness. Exodus 23:1
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Angie Angers Nov 13
This is an example of an overvote. According to Mike Bennett, Manatee County Supervisor of Elections, this is one of the ballots the machine flagged as having voted for two candidates in the same race. A ballot like this would be processed in a manual recount ⁦
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Janet Rodriguez Nov 13
White House official tells me that and NOT will travel to for inauguration.
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Marc Caputo Nov 12
Florida voters aren't supposed to cast ballots by email. Some did in hurricane-wracked Bay County, where the supervisor said his goal is to get more people to vote. Gov. Rick Scott's response? Crickets. Democrats note its a Republican-heavy county
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Patricia Mazzei Nov 12
New recount lawsuit: The League of Women Voters and Common Cause have filed suit in federal court in Tallahassee asking court to prohibit from using powers of his office in any way related to the Senate race for which he is a candidate.
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daniel a. smith Nov 11
Replying to @electionsmith
More Bad News: 2.1% of VBM ballots cast by 18-21 year olds in FL have been rejected in SOEs. 1.27% rejected cast by 30-44 year olds. 0.75% rejected by 45-64 year olds. Only 0.46% rejected by 65-105 year olds.
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daniel a. smith Nov 11
Replying to @electionsmith
More Bad News: 1.30% of VBM ballots cast by blacks rejected. 1.19% of VBM ballots cast by Hispanics rejected. 0.58% of VBM ballots cast by whites rejected. 1.26% of VBM ballots cast by 'Other' rejected. 2.05% of VBM ballots cast by those registering Oct 1-9 (any race) rejected.
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John M. Cunningham Nov 10
Replying to @MarcACaputo
Bring back this guy
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Sergio Otálora Nov 10
, and are eroding the trust in the electoral system with their unsubstantiated claims of fraud. Shamelessly insists as he cannot accept that Florida may eventually turn blue.
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Sergio Otálora Nov 10
Replying to @marcorubio
Perfect. But what about your fraud and steal election claim without any piece of evidence?
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Chris Murphy Nov 9
As a CEO, Rick Scott oversaw a multi-billion dollar Medicare fraud - the biggest in American history resulting in 14 felonies and a $1.7 billion fine. What makes you think that as Governor, he wouldn’t steal a few thousand votes by shutting down the count?
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Rick Hasen Nov 9
Replying to @rickhasen
Two things can be true at the same time: Broward county is incompetent in counting votes and there is no evidence of intentional fraud. Rick Scott had 8 years to improve Florida’s system of election administration.
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