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The state that brought us hanging chads and butterfly ballots has a new problem.
This time with -- absentee voters.
Election officials in Florida say because the printing mistake.
Scanning machines may not be able to read the ballot for the voters have already cast.
So officials are copying 27000.
Ballots by hand it.
Other states have reported their own printing problems but one supervisor in Florida says don't worry about it.
They copied ballots all the top have -- quote it's not rocket science.
It is here.
A World War II veteran has died just a week after casting his absentee ballot.
Now election officials in his state of Hawaii will decide whether the 93 year olds vote will count.
In this year's election.
More than 600000 people have seen this picture online frank cannot.
Could barely see at the time he couldn't speak at all but his family says he was determined to vote.
He has never missed an election his entire life.
And he wasn't going to let this one go -- their.
He volunteered for the for the army from a Japanese internment camp congress later aren't honored him and his unit with a congressional gold medal.
Trace Gallagher has the details in our West Coast news of this afternoon trades according to state law that vote won't count but supporters are telling Hawaii let -- go.
And as it stands right now -- even at the state of Hawaii really wants to -- -- Able to because the way it works.
Is that -- -- death certificate before November 6 if they get it before November 6 then they would.
Nullified his -- but only if this.
At the ballot which is mixed up with thousands of others it is ballot is found and it's not allowed his family Hokies steals -- As an inspiration must.
If this photo.
Encourages more people to vote.
That would be the ultimate honor -- my father and for those in this greatest generation.
Apparently won't say who he voted for -- -- that he did in -- boat ship.
Race clearly some technical problems out in Los Angeles so we switched over to the telephone for you and despite the coverage this man got.
His daughter read him only to newspaper article.
She read the story from the Idaho statesman and the Los Angeles Times those the two big newspapers in the two states where he was -- to Japanese internment camps now the reason he volunteered for the military was to show loyal.
And they did the congressional gold medal was given to all of those who served in his regiment mostly.
Japanese American -- Trace Gallagher live in Los Angeles will --
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