60,000 mailed ballots missing (In Florida Again)

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  1. JGrubbs

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    The Broward County Supervisor of Elections office on Tuesday said it couldn't account for nearly 60,000 missing absentee ballots sent to voters and that its phone lines were being overwhelmed by calls.

    Hoping to avoid another embarrassing election, Broward County commissioners Tuesday offered to send county employees to help. Dozens of county employees could begin assisting the elections office as early as today to answer telephone calls and to process voters at the 14 early voting sites.

    Knight Ridder Tribune News Service
     
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    It's going to be a long election, even after November 2nd. :(
     
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    Here we go again...
     
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    I can just see 60,000 old people in Florida wandering around their condos saying.... 'I know I had it a minute ago'.

    My democrat mother got hers, all the way in Georgia. :rolleyes:
     

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