TAMPA BAY, Fla. - With about a week remaining before the Nov. 6 general election, tens of thousands of voters in the Bay area have already cast their ballots.
But with so much pressure on both presidential campaigns to win Florida, all eyes are on any potential problems with voting procedures. The 10 News Investigators will be hunting for any attempts to suppress the vote - any votes - across greater Tampa Bay.
If you know of any problems or have any concerns about the voting procedure, please email 10 News Investigator Noah Pransky: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to include your name and contact information for follow-up questions, but all information - including your identity - can remain confidential.
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Previous #ProtectYourVote coverage:
10/26/12 - Are 11 ballot amendments intentionally confusing?
10/24/12 - FBI investigating phony letters to Fla. Republicans
10/23/12 - Fla. Division of Elections warns about phony letters
10/11/12 - Obama campaign illicitly in Pasco schools?
10/3/12 - RPOF vendor investigated for fake registrations
10/2/12 - Supervisor warns of misleading robocalls
4/23/11 - Critics claim new voting bill will suppress voters