Polling stations across the state opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday for the Primary Election and the turnout was light.
As if waiting in a long line to vote isn’t bad enough, imagine waiting with a full bladder!
The November’s Election Day has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean ballots still aren’t being counted.
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.
With nine days to go until Election Day, local election officials said day two of the early voting period went off relatively smoothly.
One look at Miami-Dade’s ballot and everything seems normal. Look closer, though, and you will notice it is double-sided and goes on and on…and on.
It wouldn’t be a presidential election year without some sort of shenanigans going on in Florida. The latest case is squaring off the Department of Justice against the state of Florida and the state of the Florida against the Department of Homeland Security.
While Florida’s GOP presidential primary is just around the corner, Miami-Dade County Elections Department tested its voting equipment ahead of the January 31st election.