This is the conclusion of a four-part series. All figures and references are numbered sequentially throughout the series.
The absentee ballot application process in at least two Florida counties, Seminole and Martin, had flaws. Forty-eight-hundred ballot applications that were sent out by Republicans were not printed with voter ID numbers. When they were rejected, Republican volunteers filled in the numbers. Democrats objected, and the issue had to be resolved in court.26
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