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Many Florida Democrats Rush to Voting Booths

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Election Day is less than two weeks away and many Democrats in Tallahassee, Florida, have already cast their ballots, reports the Associated Press. Florida is one of 31 states that allow registered voters to show up early and vote without restriction before Election Day. In fact, students from universities such as Florida State and Florida A&M, along with faculty and staff, are arriving at voting booths in huge waves. Election experts are predicting that up to 40 percent of the electorate will vote early in Florida.
Ion Sancho, Leon County's supervisor of elections said: "Early voting is really going to set all-time records here in Leon County," adding, "I would probably say across the state, they're going to set records, as well."

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