Thousands of Miami-Dade voters took advantage of the final day of early voting Saturday. According to the Supervisor of Elections website, several locations posted wait times as long as six hours.
On the last day of early voting in Broward County, many said the lines were the longest they’d seen all week. The wait depended in large part on where people voted and what time.
First Lady Michelle Obama voted early, and Thursday she encouraged Floridians from Jacksonville to Miami to do the same.
While President Barack Obama takes another day off the campaign trail so he can see first hand the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy in Atlantic City, Governor Mitt Romney is in Florida hoping to sway undecided voters and urge supporters to get out and vote.
They are called “October surprises” – events which happen days before an election which could change the results.
The past 24 hours may just be that.
More problems for Palm Beach election officials after another error was found on absentee ballots.
With less than a week to go until Election Day, heavy hitters from both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney campaigns will be in Miami to sway undecided voters and urge supporters to get out and vote.
With nine days to go until Election Day, local election officials said day two of the early voting period went off relatively smoothly.
President Barack Obama will speak at a rally early Monday in Orlando before heading back to monitor the progress of Hurricane Sandy.
Voters were faced with long lines again on Sunday at some polling stations as thousands turned out to cast their ballots in the second day of early voting.