or, better yet, Floridians, just forget about the ballot-brokers and mail in your absentee ballots.
As of this morning, more than 685k absentee ballots have yet to be returned to the state’s 67 Supervisors of Elections.
Roughly 328k Republican and 326k Democratic absentee ballots are presumably sitting on the kitchen table waiting to be filled out and sent on their merry way.
Which counties should the campaigns be chasing absentees?
Pinellas, Miami-Dade, Broward, Orange, Hillsborough, and Palm Beach account for half of all the outstanding absentee ballots, with similar numbers of Republicans and Democrats.
Expect to see more rallies by the candidates in the coming days in these ballot-rich counties, not just to mobilize voters to the polls during in-person early voting and on Election Day, but to round up the more than half a million absentee ballots out on the lam.