The reason for this is missing or mismatched signatures, among other problems, with Dems 0.07% more likely than Republicans to have issues raised with their ballots.
This early mail-voting advantage should not lull Florida Democrats into complacency, warns a data analyst.
As it reflects the nation's deeply divided mood, on Nov. 3 one of the largest counties in the Sunshine State just might pick the presidential winner.
An extensive email threat was sent to Democratic voters in Florida, Alaska, and Arizona, that said "Vote for Trump or else!"
Officials said uniformed officer Daniel Ubeda’s gesture was intimidating to voters and demanded his immediate suspension.
"What you will do, here in Florida, by early voting, is you will be the first to put our country back on the right track," Harris said.
The president told Gov. DeSantis that he would be fired if he lost to Biden in Florida during a rally in Ocala.
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