“The people who cast the votes don’t decide an election, the people who count the votes do.”

That quote has been attributed to Joseph Stalin, but it seems just as applicable in 21st century America as in Soviet-era Russia.

The United States is supposed to be a shining example to the world when it comes to fair, transparent elections … but a controversy in Florida is raising hard questions about our process.

Not one but three races from the midterm elections on November 6 are still undecided in that state, and Broward County has become the epicenter of election meddling claims and lawsuits.

Recounts and accusations of dirty politics have already marred the governor and senate races. Republican Governor Rick Scott has launched two lawsuits to demand transparency in the vote counting process. Now, a third lawsuit by a Republican has also been filed