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Few Voting Problems to Report

November 4th, 2008 by flanews

There are very few voting problems to report from Florida’s 7,000 polling sites tonight. Only five counties had people still waiting in line when voting sites closed at seven. A few dozen ballot scanning machines caused some poll workers to lock ballots away until voting ended. Those ballots were tabulated after polls closed. Secretary of State Kurt Browning said election workers spent months preparing for today’s vote.

“A smooth election, I will tell you, is not by accident. We’ve been planning and preparing for this election for the past two years. The Department and local supervisors have worked hard to be ready for this election.”

Supervisors of Elections have until midnight to report election results to the state.

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