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The elections supervisor who resigned under pressure after overseeing a midterm election night fiasco shouldn’t be experiencing a significant drop in her standard of living.
According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Broward County, Florida, elections superior Brenda Snipes will receive almost $130,000 in pension payments: $58,000 from her time as a teacher and another $71,000 as an elections worker.
Friday funny! The resemblance is uncanny 😂 They do say that everyone has a doppelgänger!#StopTheSteal #FloridaRecount #funny #BrendaSnipes #liberals #FridayFeeling #VoterFraudIsReal #voterfraud pic.twitter.com/nb2DDQLBdJ
— Amanda Shea (@TheAmandaShea) November 16, 2018
Snipes seemed happy to move on in a letter of resignation to Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
“Although I have enjoyed this work tremendously over these many election cycles, both large and small, I am ready to pass the torch,” Snipes wrote in her resignation letter to Scott. “Therefore, I request that you accept my letter of resignation effective January 4, 2019.”