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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by SUN-SENTINEL.COM:

Protesters are chanting for Broward County’s elections chief to be imprisoned, and candidates are gearing up for a legal slugfest Friday, bringing chaos into Florida’s midterm elections reminiscent of the infamous 2000 presidential recount.

A crowd assembled outside the office of Broward elections chief Brenda Snipes just a day after Republican Gov. Rick Scott delivered a speech at the governor’s mansion asking state police to investigate vote counting in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Scott holds a 15,030-vote lead over incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in the race for Senate, a margin that has continued to narrow since Election Day.

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About 75 Republican supporters chanted “lock her up,” “bye, bye Brenda,” and “stop the steal.” Scott provided fuel for the demonstration the night before, questioning whether “rampant fraud” could be happening in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

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Rental trucks used to haul election equipment were moved in front of the building, in an attempt to block off the view, and election crews reportedly ordered the media and protesters to stay behind the trucks.  WTPV reporter Sam Smink tweeted, “But legally, this is public property. BSO agrees we can be here.”

Below are some of the many videos being posted on social media of the protests that have broken out, as angry voters are demanding that Broward elections chief Brenda Snipes be ousted.S