After all these years, I still have a hard time figuring out the South Florida blogosphere. This weekend would seem to be a great opportunity for bloggers to pen some decent posts but it has never been slower. On the Twitter feed, it seems as though the people I'm following are more concerned about what restaurant they're going to visit for lunch than they are anything else. I've given up trying to sorting it all out and instead just chalk it up to the mystery of human behavior. And with that, here's your morning Sift.
A- Eye on Miami shares some thoughts on Miami-Dade's confusing absentee ballot counts.
Nothing seemed odder to me than the absentee ballot numbers in the Dennis Moss/Alice Pena race. Alice Pena raked in 1,425 absentee ballots. Dennis Moss got 1,855. They were pretty close in absentees. However on election day Pena got 1,521 votes to Dennis Moss's 5,343. He got almost 4 times as many votes. How did she do so well in absentees? In early voting he topped her with three times as many votes. Very odd numbers in this race.