Skip to comments.Judge extends early voting in central Florida following lawsuits
Posted on 11/04/2012 9:42:57 PM PST by voveo
A judge has ordered an early-voting site in central Florida to stay open an additional four hours Sunday, following lawsuits filed by the state Democratic party.
The judge ordered the polling site in Orange County to extend its hours because it was shut down Saturday while authorities investigated a suspicious package.
Bill Cowles, the countys elections supervisor, said voters who are showing up Sunday are being asked to use a provisional ballot because they can be found should the order be overturned, per Florida law.
The Florida Democratic Party filed separate lawsuits to get four counties to offer more time for voting before Election Day. The other counties are Palm Beach, Miami-Dade and Broward.
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The commies first gave us “early voting” (voter fraud) and now they’re giving us “late voting” (more voter fraud). Yeah. I’d say that what was once the greatest country on Earth has now become a two-bit, banana republic.
Since Democrats are soooo stupid I think that Early voting should start in June and run until Christmas so the Democrats get to vote!!!!LOL
They could vote by email like Christie the great is going to do.
Let’s all make up random voting rules, what the hey!
Silly founding fathers; what did they know?!
Orange County is mostly non-white and non-Anglo now...so not surprised that another “minority area” has trouble voting. These dumb people are going to send Alan Grayson back to Congress
7 hours to wait seems ridiculous. Has any Republican EVER had to do that? I think that is BS. However, if true then it could be necessary to have another day for those that clearly will not be able to vote. I still can’t believe that people waited 7 hours.
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