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Miami-Dade prepares to vote in the primaries amid pandemic

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Miami (USA), Jul 29 (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Cristóbal Herrera).- Miami-Dade County, epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in Florida, is evaluating and reviewing this Wednesday the equipment and technical processes that will be used to vote in the state's primary elections, scheduled for August 18.FOOTAGE OF THE VOTING EQUIPMENT FOR THE MIAMI-DADE PRIMARY IN THE MIDST OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND STATEMENTS BY SUSIE TRUTIE, SUPERVISOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY ELECTIONS.TRANSLATION: "Today is the testing day for the logistics and accuracy of all the polling machines that we will use during the vote and throughout the election."

Added on the 29/07/2020 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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