Despite last minute legal wrangling
on Election Day eve, Florida's election came off without a hitch, with no reports of voter fraud and few problems.
Democrats and Republicans had reached a truce on Monday evening, that the Florida GOP would not file "frivolous
" challenges to voters.
But on Nov. 4, there were glitches at individual polling places, but no major problems
From the Miami Herald
â¢ The only scanner at Coral Ridge Mall in Fort Lauderdale broke and voters had to put ballots in a bin until it was replaced.
â¢ In the David Park Community Center in Hollywood, the first 20 or so voters were handed misprinted ballots listing Amendment 3 twice.
â¢ A poll worker in Sunny Isles Beach was dismissed for being ``rude and overzealous.''
â¢ Two precincts in Palm Beach County opened late.
Statewide, voting went so smoothly that Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning called Election Day ''almost eerily quiet,'' despite an unofficial record turnout.
''It's been a great day for Florida,'' he said.