It is Super Tuesday in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and North Carolina and purity in the vote is the ideal, but trouble is the norm. Enter Orange County, Florida, a place where polling was located at Errol Estate and the World of Life Church and were long lines were evident.
On Tuesday morning, voters were turned away because Republican ballots had run out. Either that means someone seriously misjudged how many ballots to have on hand, or there were so many voters that no one could have planned correctly for the mass turnout, or worse yet, fraud took place to keep Republicans from voting.
Florida is a winner take all state and a significant state to win for every candidate, but especially the underdogs in the chase. So when glitches occur, voter fraud happens, the idea of fairness and accurate voting certainly become all the more important.
Errol Estate residents said that more ballots arrived an hour later, but some voters had commitments, like work, and had to leave before the ballots arrived.
Read more of the ballot fiasco on the following page.