Elections supervisors from the areas most affected by Hurricane Ian say that some polling locations may not be able to open for the election, but voters will still have the opportunity to cast their ballot.
Early voting for the primary elections on Aug. 23 began in most Florida counties and will continue this week.
A Spanish-speaking voter found the mistake on the ballot for Broward County, where one in four voters is Hispanic.
By law, early voting must be held for at least eight days in Florida, but those dates could be different depending on the county.
More than 32 million Latinos are eligible to vote, but will they show up on Election Day?
Early voting also surged in Latino-dense counties, including Miami-Dade and Broward.
This early mail-voting advantage should not lull Florida Democrats into complacency, warns a data analyst.
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