This is as political as I am willing to go here, but this tweet is both funny and true:
Given the current state of limbo surrounding the Florida senate race, I couldn’t help but laugh when I saw that. It seems as this is the normal course in every major race our state has voted in since the Great Electoral Fiasco of 2000.
What many of you may not realize is that we have a history of election upheaval here that reaches back much further.
Our illustrious electoral history started at least as far back as 1876, when Florida, via a back room deal, handed her electoral votes and the presidency to Rutherford B. Hayes.
Electoral shenannigans are as naturally Floridian as retention pond alligators and key lime pie.