- Florida Election Workers Warn Chaos Is Coming Without Reform NPR 12:39
Recent changes to Florida’s election laws institute new requirements that, as designed, could cause huge numbers of ballots to be rejected in the state — a key presidential battleground. Election workers are warning that, without reforms, ballot counting could be extremely slow and voters in the state could be unexpectedly disenfranchised.
This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, political correspondent Ashley Lopez, and voting correspondent Miles Parks.
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