In this 2012 file photo, boxes containing about 2,000 rejected absentee ballots sit at Miami-Dade Elections Department, mostly for lack of signatures or review of signatures.
In this 2012 file photo, boxes containing about 2,000 rejected absentee ballots sit at Miami-Dade Elections Department, mostly for lack of signatures or review of signatures. TIM CHAPMAN MIAMI HERALD FILE
In this 2012 file photo, boxes containing about 2,000 rejected absentee ballots sit at Miami-Dade Elections Department, mostly for lack of signatures or review of signatures. TIM CHAPMAN MIAMI HERALD FILE

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