TALLAHASSEE, FL — As a result of a suit filed by the Florida Democratic Party, the Broward Supervisor of Elections has agreed to allow in person absentee voting today, and the Florida Democratic Party issued the following statement:
STATEMENT FROM SCOTT ARCENEAUX, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PARTY:
“We are pleased the Broward Supervisor of Election agreed to allow in-person absentee voting today. This is an important step in making sure that all those who are eligible to vote have the opportunity to do so. We encourage those who are registered in Broward County and wish to vote early to visit the Supervisor of Election’s office at 1501 NW 40th Avenue in Lauderhill until 5pm today and on Election Day between 8am – 7pm. We’re also pleased that voters in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties will now be able to cast their absentee in-person ballots today.
“All registered Florida voters can also cast a ballot at their polling place tomorrow between 7am-7pm. On Election Day, anyone in line at their polling place when polls close will be allowed to stay and vote.”