Thousands of mail-in ballots have been initially rejected in Florida. But there's still time to fix them

ORLANDO, Fla. — Thousands of mail-in ballots sent in by Florida residents have been initially rejected for signature errors and other mistakes, but election experts say there is still plenty of time to make those votes count.The problem is that millions of Floridians are voting by mail for the first time because of concerns about the coronavirus and election security in general.In a state where the margins for victory have been razor-thin for decades, rejected ballots could easily add up and be decisive in the race between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.“(With) the histori…

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