As Florida appears to be gearing up for a recount in the state’s U.S. Senate race, video posted by a congressional candidate is raising questions about election integrity in one Democrat stronghold.

Tim Canova tweeted a video from Joann Knox he says shows Broward County election workers transporting ballots from a black pickup truck and into an Enterprise rental truck.

In the video, Knox says she asked the workers about the ballots they were carrying, and they said “the truck left them.”

“I’m not sure what the hell is going on here, but I don’t think it’s right,” Knox says.

At one point, Knox zooms in, showing the ballots in a large blue container sitting on the ground.

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Moments later, a car pulls up.

“This lady is bringing ballots out of her car!” Knox says. The workers can be seen in orange vests.

Knox says Broward County allows election workers to transport the ballots by themselves.

“Concerned citizen sees ballots being transported in private vehicles & transferred to rented truck on Election night,” Canova tweeted.

“This violates all chain of custody requirements for paper ballots. Were the ballots destroyed & replaced by set of fake ballots?” he asks.

Canova ran as an independent candidate against Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes “will do all she can to steal this election,” Newsmax host and local resident John Cardillo tweeted, adding that the video captures vote “fraud”.

Broward County is a historically Democrat county, and a mishandling of ballots could jeopardize a recount.

Initial returns show Bill Nelson winning the county by more than 2-1 over Rick Scott, 466,321 to 208,895.

Marc Caputo also tweeted a pictures he says are provisional ballots left behind by election crews.

Showing a gray tub marked “Provisional Ballot Box,” Caputo reports, “In Broward County, Miramar Elementary School teacher Lakeisha Sorey came across a box labeled “Provisional ballots” left behind at the school from Election Day & she’s concerned it might have votes. She didn’t look in the box because she didn’t want to tamper with it.”

Can the same be said for the crews transporting ballots alone in their personal vehicles?