A NewsChannel 5 viewer just sent this tidbit in: My husband and I voted separately at Palm Beach Gardens High School, precinct 1274 and had no problems. He was in and out in 30 minutes and I was out in 15 minutes!
Another NewsChannel 5 viewer wasn't as happy. She wrote: I have been a registered voter in Palm Beach county since 2007. In August 2011, I changed my last name, I then received my voters registration card with my new name. When I went to vote today, I was told that I am not on the rolls nor am I in the computer. After waiting an hour and a half I was then told that my voter's registration number was given to someone else. As of this time I have been unable to vote and no one can tell me why I received my voter's registration card. Just another fine example of the incompetent people in the county administration .
A YouReporter on the Treasure Coast reports: Voted in Vero Beach and total time in line to return to my car was 25 minutes
NAPLES, Fla. (AP) -- Gov. Rick Scott has cast his ballot in his hometown of Naples.
The Naples Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/VQMlpZ ) that Scott waited in line for about 40 minutes before voting around 8 a.m. Tuesday. The governor was voting with his wife, daughter and son-in-law.
James Wieland reports: Royal Palm High, no lines 130pm
MIAMI (AP) -- State officials say more than 4.5 million people have already voted in Florida, either by mail or in person. Officials say 43 percent of those voters were Democrats and 39 percent were Republicans.