Donald Trump may soon have another round of primary election victories under his belt despite technical glitches, delays and his name not being on the ballot at some polling stations in Florida. Voters in the Orlando suburb of Apopka were turned away Tuesday morning because polling locations ran of out Republican ballots. Fox Business producer Jennifer Eckhart reported Trump’s name did not even appear on some ballots in the town of Jupiter in Palm Beach County.“Hearing reports from friends in my home state of Florida that @realDonaldTrump is left OFF of voting ballots at various polling stations,” tweeted Eckhart.
Florida’s WTVJ-6 said voters in Apopka were allowed use ADA ExpressVote machine, which is normally reserved for voters with disabilities. Election officials told the NBC affiliate that extra ballots were immediately printed and sent to the appropriate polling stations. “We expect little hiccups along the way, but the nice part is that we have backup plans at every polling place to handle situations,” Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles told the station. READ MORE