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Why Florida absentee votes may not be counted

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In Florida, you can TRADE your absentee ballot for a regular ballot at your polling place, but cannot turn in your completed absentee ballot -- unlike California, where you can turn in your completed absentee ballot at your polling place. 
In fact, Paul Lehto adds: According to paragraph 7 of the CA Voter's Bill of Rights (see attached*) in California you have the right to return your vote by mail ballot not only to your "polling place" but to any precinct in the county.
"Ballot blunders prevent votes from being counted:"
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