Dan Bongino was highly critical of Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes after the handling of Tuesday's midterm election votes in Florida were called into question.

On Saturday, Florida's secretary of state, Ken Detzner, announced recounts for the tight Senate and gubernatorial races.

Snipes is at the center of the voting controversy after invalid and valid votes in the elections were reportedly mixed.

Bongino, a Florida resident, said Saturday on Fox & Friends that the entire election ordeal in his state has been “a debacle.”

"She had one job. ... Just count the votes,” he said.

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He noted that some counties in the Florida Panhandle that were wiped out in Hurricane Michael had no issues tabulating their mail-in absentee ballots.

Senate candidate Rick Scott (R) and gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis (R) led their races after Tuesday's elections, but their leads dissipated in the days after.

"You couldn't figure it out in Broward? Come on," Bongino said Saturday.

He said that Snipes "screwed it up" and that she should be removed from her position as Elections Supervisor.

"You gotta go," he said of Snipes.

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