An unprecedented amount of early votes and a new electoral law have affected the counting process. Three weeks later, there are still no certified winners.
A judge ordered the local State Elections Commission to provide a list of early-voting requests to officials. The situation took a sudden turn for the worse.
The government usually confirms preliminary numbers on election night, but a record number of early and absentee votes changed the process.
Officials said uniformed officer Daniel Ubeda’s gesture was intimidating to voters and demanded his immediate suspension.
Days before the elections, many will vote early or by mail. Once they do, they can track their ballots and make sure they are counted.
Prepare to cast your ballot on Nov. 3 by being aware of situations that could jeopardize your vote and how to remedy them.
Monday night was the deadline to register to vote. Registrants were unable to complete the process because of a malfunction, prompting the deadline extension.