Florida's primaries will be held on Tuesday and there are hotlines set up to help ensure every vote will count
A local paper reported that election officials are confident that everything will go off without a hitch, but just in case Secretary of State Glenda Hood and at least two watchdog organizations have setup hotlines for voters to call if confronted with problems at the polls.
Every polling place is required to have people on hand to answer questions as well as a posted list of voter's rights and responsibilities.
The numbers to call are:
Division of Elections - (866) 687-308-6739
Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law - (866) 687-OUR-VOTE
American Civil Liberties - (888) 262-4854
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