Every two years we get to raise the question, once again:
"Where were the Florida election results counted tonight?"
Because, for much of the last decade, the State of Florida has had a non-State entity hosting the election night results that Floridians trust are the accurate representation of their cumulative vote.
This scenario is the Florida replay of what we first identified had occurred in 2004 when Ohio's votes made a roundtrip through SMARTechcorp computers, in Tennessee, and George W. Bush beat John Kerry in the general election.
We've only been able to capture records of the IP address for the State of Florida's election night host computers since 2005. Two years ago (maybe four) election results were hosted on computers managed by a company based in the state of Georgia.
If I was Newt Gingrich, I would be happy about that location, if it was repeated tonight.
Perhaps. Or maybe not.