Voting problems by state in the 2019 midterm elections
Florida, like Georgia, is facing a heated governors' race between a black Democrat and a white Republican. Some voters faced a few odd issues when they went to the polls.
One location began the day with no ballots
Over an hour after Precinct 501 in Osprey opened, some voters still didn't have access to proper ballots, according to the Herald-Tribune. The precinct is split between two congressional districts, and for over an hour, ballots for one of the districts were not available. Voters were told they could vote at another location, or come back later in the day.
The ballots also reportedly featured the name of a deceased Democratic candidate who has since been replaced. Signs at locations indicated that a vote for the deceased candidate would count for the replacement candidate.
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