The Washington Times - November 4, 2008, 02:16PM

USA Today‘s Mark Memmott posted a blog, “In Fla., so far so good,” that said Florida has yet to have any problems with their ballots: 

“USA TODAY’s Larry Copeland reports that ‘voting was brisk Tuesday morning in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area, with long lines at some polling places when they first opened. By late morning, the lines had eased at most precincts.’”


Mr. Memmott said bad memories of 2000 remain since the Sunshine State will play a pivotal role in this year’s presidential election.

— Christopher Shaver, intern, The Washington Times