Interference in Florida

To whom it may concern,

I just voted (straight Dem) in Tamarac, FL 33321, and when I reached the review screen, two of the candidates were marked “no vote cast.” I informed the poll workers who were apathetic at best; they told me to just go back and fix it. In this specific location, most of the voters are elderly, and were confused about how to use the machines. I doubt many realized that they needed to actively review their selections before pressing the submit button. Who knows how many “no vote cast” marks went unnoticed?

Trembling,

Anonymous
Also, ballot problems caused a 90-minute delay in Deerfield Beach, FL (Broward County)

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  1. The same thing happened to me that happened to the person in Tamarac. I voted in Palm Aire in Pompano Beach.

    Two of the democratic candidates I picked came back as “no vote cast.” So I corrected it but bet plenty of elderly people might not realize it if it happened to them.

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