BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. -- Brenda Snipes, Broward County's Supervisor of Elections, submitted her resignation letter late Sunday, according to reports.
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- Snipes has been Supervisor of Elections since 2003
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Snipes faced heavy criticism for her handling of this year's midterm election and subsequent statewide recount.
During the recount, Snipes' office misplaced 2,000 ballots. Her offices also missed a deadline to submit machine recount results by two minutes.
Snipes has served as Broward's top elections official since 2003, when she was appointed by then governor Jeb Bush.