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Florida voting saga!

By Jean-wsily Simon

Do you expect to vote? When it comes to presidential elections in Florida, most people may remember the 2000 “Butterfly Ballot.” We are not going to revive that ‘dead memory’, but we have learned there was a ballot issue in West Palm Beach again a few days ago. No panic! The Supervisor of Election Office in Palm Beach County said everything has been taking care of on time. We will see! For now, eager voters are out there in early voting sites!

Most eyes are on Palm Beach, Palm Beach post reported, “Fourteen early voting sites throughout the county opened to long lines of voters, said Susan Bucher, the Supervisor of Elections. Voting was especially busy at the Hagen Ranch Road Library west of Delray Beach, Bucher said. Shortly after polls opened, Bucher stood outside her office greeting voters. She said she was not surprised by the turnout…”

We call it the voting saga. Here is how the Miami Herald describes it in South Florida, “Lines in Miami-Dade and Broward counties stretched around the block in many places, with wait times ranging from 30 minutes to as long as four hours, according to information posted on the counties’ department of elections websites, which is tracking the wait times…

If you are qualified to vote in Florida, we strongly encourage you to go cast your ballot. It is your responsibility to pick your leader! There are many ways to do that, however, the best one according to the laws is by voting for your candidate.

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