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An election worker processes a ballot.  (Source: CBS4)

Florida Finally Tallies Votes, Obama Won

Four days after the election, Florida has finally tallied up its votes. “It’s done. It’s finished,” voter Norma Cameron said. “Thank God.”

11/11/2012

Voters in Broward wait in line to cast their ballot.  (Source: CBS4)

Election Day Lines Blamed On Long Ballot In Broward

More than 725,000 registered voters in Broward cast ballots in the 2012 presidential election, marking a 64 percent turnout.

CBS4–11/07/2012

Voters in Broward lined up at the county’s approximately 450 polling places early Tuesday morning to cast their ballots on Election Day. (Source: CBS4)

Broward Voters Say Problems Must Be Corrected

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.

CBS4–11/06/2012

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 to be a very busy Election Day. (Source: CBS4)

Broward Monitors Elections From EOC In Plantation

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 […]

CBS4–11/06/2012

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CBS4 Investigates: Does Your Vote Count? The Overvote Worries

Imagine going to the polls November 6th and casting your vote for President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney… and somehow the machine thinks you voted for both candidates. That’s called an overvote… and your vote may be thrown out. Sounds impossible? CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen says it’s not.

CBS4–10/16/2012

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Local Elections Departments Protesting Voter Roll Purge

Despite protests from voting rights groups, Democrats, and several Supervisors of Elections; Florida’s voter roll purge isn’t slowing down. That’s left local elections departments with the tall task of trying to make sense of a list of “non-citizen” voters compiled by the state.

CBS4–05/31/2012