Pressure has been building in the 'not so free' state of Florida as activists have discovered a massive scheme that likely exists in other states across the nation -- the use of 'blank ballots' designated by election machines to 'readjudicate' ballots by software in large numbers.
In other words, ballots are designated as 'blank' when cast, then the machine software decides who the voter should have voted for.
For instance, in Miami-Dade County in 2020, 68,000 ballots were designated as 'blank' by election machines. In some precincts, the number equaled 20% of ballots cast. In the 2022 midterm election, this number went to essentially zero (400) as activists had begun making public the 'blank ballot' scheme.