The race for Florida’s 26th district congressional seat has been one of the most bitter in recent memory.
Many voters in Broward County will remember Election Day 2012 for long lines, not enough ballots and a majority of precincts that only had one ballot scanning machine, which many said led to lengthy backups.
This is an Election Day residents of the storm damaged Northeast will never forget. Thousands are still without power, many without a place to live. But even in the most devastated areas, they’re overcoming all obstacles to get out and vote.
Voters lined up before dawn across Miami-Dade to cast their ballots on Election Day.
Broward voters are able to request, fill out and return an absentee ballot on Election Day.
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 […]
After waiting in line for about 40 minutes, Gov. Rick Scott cast his ballot around 8 a.m. in his hometown of Naples.
Election Day voting got off to a relatively smooth start in Florida.
Florida’s Secretary of State Ken Detzner said voting stations for all of the state’s 6,000 precincts opened on time and his department has heard of only minor problems.
It was another day of long lines at the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections Office in Doral, where voters arrived before dawn to pick up or drop off absentee ballots.
Chaos and confusion clouded the final Sunday before Election Day in Miami-Dade County. Since early voting was cut from 14 days to 8 days in Florida for this election, hundreds of voters arrived at the Miami-Dade Elections Headquarters early Sunday after learning they would get another opportunity to request, fill out, and submit last-minute absentee ballots.