It is beyond critical that the entire country – not just Floridians – throw the full weight of their support behind Canova in whatever form they can. It may not be enough to prevent yet another episode of vote tampering, but it will at the very least help to expose the US Democratic process for the sham that it is if election interference takes place again.
If Canova’s campaign proves successful, it may signal far more than the displacement of an infamously corrupt figure in Floridian and national Democratic party politics: it would also confirm a sea-change in the strategy used by progressives, inspired by Bernie Sanders’ 2016 Presidential bid, who refuse to remain penned in by the limits of a corrupt, corporatized Democratic Party establishment that denied them the candidate they rightfully chose.
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NYDailyNews reports that the Department of Justice has announced the NYC Board of Elections broke federal law when it improperly purged nearly 120,000 Democratic Brooklyn voters from the rolls ahead of last April’s presidential primary. This latest report adds to widespread allegations that the Democratic Party rigged the Primary in favor of Hillary Clinton.