April 8, 2014

New report faults Florida voting system, but state says its problems have been fixed

A new report by the nonpartisan Pew Charitable Trusts says states generally fared better in 2012 than previously in their handling of elections and voting. But the report singled out Florida as an exception, concluding that wait times for voters increased by 16 minutes, when elsewhere in the United States, wait times decreased by three minutes.

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