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"This 60 days was definitely a lot more intense than sessions past," said Republican Rep. Blaise Ingoglia. "Towards the end, we started getting gradually closer and closer to where we wanted to be. At the end of the day, the thing that worked in our favor was that we had a finite amount of time, which forced us all to come together."
Blaise Ingoglia, chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, said in a statement "this lawsuit will strip away any safeguards that protect the integrity of the voting process" by allowing voters to receive a regular ballot instead of a provisional ballot.