Carter Says Florida Still Has Voting Problems

Can’t somebody suggest a new hobby to Jimmy Carter?

Voting arrangements in Florida do not meet ‘basic international requirements’ and could undermine the US election, former US President Jimmy Carter says.

He said a repeat of the irregularities of the much-disputed 2000 election – which gave President George W Bush the narrowest of wins – ‘seems likely’.

Mr Carter, a veteran observer of polls worldwide, also accused Florida’s top election official of ‘bias’.

Jimmy Carter is demonstrating why the framers of the Constitution considered requiring former presidents to move out of the country once they were out of office.

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