Vote by mail ballots being counted in Duval

The primary election in Florida is three weeks away and already votes are being tabulated in Duval County.

There are new laws and concern over the accuracy of the vote. And on Monday, election workers opened up the vote by mail ballots that voters have sent in.

The envelopes that are being opened have already been checked for proper signatures, then they are fed into a high speed tabulator.

Supervisor of Elections, Mike Hogan, is overseeing the process. “These are all good verified ballots and those that didn’t have a good signature they’ve already been sent a cure notice or did not

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