Hillsborough County sends out 316,000 mail-in ballots, tests machines for upcoming election

Teresa Miller with Protect Your Vote Florida was one of the people watching to make sure the process was transparent. “I really just wanted to say I was part of the process from the beginning until the end and figure out where it needs to be tightened up. The mail-in ballots, are definitely an issue in my opinion,” Miller said. She would like to put poll watchers in every precinct during the election and have more time to inspect signatures.

“So we only have access to the mail-in ballot signatures for 45 minutes a day, and 50% of the votes come in that way so we’d really like to have a little more access to that,” Miller said.