Manually and methodically, several Broward County elections workers are still inserting Broward voters’ absentee ballots into counting machines. A day after the election, those 10,000 ballots could have an impact.
An ominous sounding voice blares across the television, “Rick Scott, too shady for the Sunshine state.” Another declares, “Charlie Crist, slick politician, lousy governor.”
With the November General Election about two and a half weeks away, elections supervisors are encouraging all voters to to become familiar with their specific ballot and encourage them to vote early if they can.
“Load ‘em up, move ‘em out” was the order of the morning for Broward’s Supervisor of Elections. On Tuesday, election workers loaded more than 162,000 absentee ballots for the November General Election onto an 18 wheeler.
Broward Circuit Court Judge Lynn Rosenthal has won reelection.
FT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A legal challenge has thrown a proverbial monkey wrench in the race for the District 2 seat in Broward County. While no Republicans decided to run for this seat, five Democrats […]
Monday is the last day to register to vote in the August 26th primary election. The Primary Election not only has party-specific races, but also nonpartisan races that are applicable to all registered voters—regardless of party affiliation.
Broward County election department workers will tackle provisional ballots on Thursday as they move toward closing out the November General Election.
More than 725,000 registered voters in Broward cast ballots in the 2012 presidential election, marking a 64 percent turnout.
FT. LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Hours before sunrise, dozens of Broward County elections department workers arrived at the technical call center at the Broward County Emergency Operations Center in Plantation to get ready for what promised […]