The following is an article by the Miami Herald. If you vote by mail in Florida, it’s 10 times more likely that ballot won’t count
Importantly, despite the context of potential impropriety and some recommendations to tighten up the process statewide which may be sensible, there’s an important point to be made here that doesn’t have anything to do with conspiracy or inconsistencies across the state. We’re all human and prone to making mistakes. Additionally, our signature and handwriting have the potential to change over time. If we vote in person there’s someone to guide us and to help us if we do make a mistake or if there are issues. If we mail a ballot in there isn’t. If a ballot isn’t properly prepared it shouldn’t be accepted. For these reasons, it’s obviously best to vote in-person if possible, using ballots by mail only out of necessity.
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