Some Florida voters waited — and waited — for mail ballots to arrive. What went wrong?
Workers pre-processing mailed-in ballots in Lansing, Michigan ahead of Tuesday's US national election. (AFP)

MIAMI — Greg Torrales could see his ballot — a photograph of it, at least — on Oct. 20. That day, an email from the U.S. Postal Service to his sister showed scanned images of two pieces of mail. “COMING TO YOUR MAILBOX SOON,” said the message, a daily report of incoming mail headed to his sister’s address in Plantation.One of the images showed Torrales’ ballot from the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections, properly addressed to his sister’s home where he’s currently living. But the ballot never arrived, Torrales says, nor did the other piece of mail for his sister. He says his sister has otherwi...

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