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Broward early voting starts Saturday

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Broward County starts early voting on Saturday for the U.S. Senate, congressional and local races.

Early voting will be open from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Aug. 20-28. Here are the locations throughout the county including the sites where people can drop off mail ballots. Through Aug. 15, about 42,000 people in Broward have voted by mail.

The hottest races on the Broward ballot include a few Democratic contests: the U.S. Senate battle between Alan Grayson and Patrick Murphy, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz who is trying to fend off feisty challenger Tim Canova and Gary Farmer who is running against Jim Waldman for a state legislative seat. Broward voters are also casting ballots in school board and judicial races.

Early voting in several counties including Miami-Dade is already underway.

 

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