Elections workers in Volusia County spent much of Tuesday running vote-by-mail ballot envelopes through postage stamping machines and stacking them in boxes in preparation for the ballots to be delivered to voters’ homes.
While some Central Florida elections supervisors were able to get ballots to the post office before Hurricane Ian arrived last week, others intentionally waited for the bad weather to pass.
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“We were scheduled to mail out our ballots last Thursday, on
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