Allen West v. Gertrude Walker, Supervisor of Elections & St. Lucie County Canvassing Board

The deadline to submit a final certification of results in the race for Congessional District 18 is still a few days away, but the battle over the irregularities in the process continues. The Circuit Court of Port St. Lucie has the following information on the front page of  its website as a public notice. Legal teams for both sides are on standby, while the candidates’ supporters are on pins and needles.

In response to multiple requests and in the interest of promoting transparency in government, the Clerk’s Office would like to share the following case with you:

Case #562012CA004319
Allen West v. Gertrude Walker, Supervisor of Elections & St. Lucie County Canvassing Board
11/08/2012 – documents
11/09/2012 – documents

Joseph E. Smith
Clerk of the Circuit Court
St. Lucie County, Florida

In the meantime, West supporters are digging in their heels. The Palm Beach County Tea Party has organized a rally at the St. Lucie supervisor’s office.

Yesterday the St. Lucie Supervisor of Elections, Gertrude Walker, did not follow through on her agreement to recount all early ballots to address concerns stemming from their acknowledgement of technical errors. Just in the small number of ballots counted, Congressman Allen West was show to have several hundred more votes than the original count reflected!

We MUST stand up for voting integrity and demand a full recount! Here is the date, time, and location:

Rally for Voter Integrity!

Tuesday, November 13th at 10am
St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections
4132 Okeechobee Road Fort Pierce, FL 34947



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