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Tue November 6, 2012
Voting "To-Go" In Hollywood
While many waited for hours to vote today in Miami-Dade, for some, voting was breeze in parts of Broward. Wait times of an hour or more had evaporated to virtually nothing by lunchtime, when Constance Ann-Getchoff arrived to vote, happy that she had waited until election day, and didn't stand in line toearly vote.
As a result of a lawsuit settlement with the Florida Democratic Party yesterday, Broward voters who aren't able to make it to their regular polling location, can also request and cast their absentee ballots in-person at the counties election headquarters in Fort Lauderdale and Lauderhill until 7p.