Republican Party Of Florida (RPOF) Chairman Blaise Ingoglia said he hopes the party’s lawsuit against Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes will guarantee a fair, open and transparent process. “Snipes has to abide by the law and she has not been abiding by the law,” Ingoglia said. “She’s been sort of making it up as she goes along.” Ingoglia, a member of the Florida House of Representatives, spoke at the Southwest Broward Republican Organization meeting on Monday.

As REDBROWARD reported last week, the RPOF lawsuit is the third case brought against Snipes. Earlier this month, Snipes admitted to Federal Judge Beth Bloom that illegal votes were cast in 2016. Snipes supporters claimed the Federal lawsuit brought by the ACRU was politically motivated by Republican activists.

However, REDBROWARD first reported that Democrat candidate Tim Canova was suing Snipes in Broward Circuit Court over the 2016 Democratic primary. Canova lost his challenge against Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Out Of Touch).

Ingoglia said Snipes has a history of not doing the right thing. He said, “[Snipes] takes too long to remedy” issues with elections. “Now Snipes will have to listen to the Court,” Ingoglia said.