MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Early voting kicks off Monday In South Florida, and Friday final preparations were being made in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
The Broward elections office has sent over 570,000 mail-in ballots as of Friday and close to 200,000 have been returned.
Watch CBS4’s Jessica Vallejo’s report:
In Miami Dade, all systems are go for the start of their early voting Monday.
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All voting machine equipment has been delivered, according to the supervisor’s office. And they have over 5,000 poll workers to help during early voting and Election Day on November 3rd.
As of Friday, Miami Dade has sent 637,674 mail-in ballots and received 182,777 back.
Signatures are checked on mail-in ballots to make sure they match with what is on file. A voter can update their signature up until Election Day.
A caravan for President Trump will be held this Sunday at Tamiami Park.
There will also be a parade of cars and trucks – with volunteers canvassing knocking going door to door in Miami.
The ‘South Dade Riding with Biden-Harris’ will also happen this weekend and there will also be ‘The Blue Sunami Biden’ caravan happening in Doral.
(CBS4 reporter Jessica Vallejo contributed to this report.)