When it comes to election security on Tuesday, Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw says nothing will be different this time around than during previous presidential elections.
"It's up to us to make sure that all of the votes that are going to be tabulated are transported securely to the main tabulation center (in Riviera Beach) and then that main tabulation center is also secure 24 hours a day so nobody can say somebody might have broken in, somebody might have snuck in there, somebody stayed afterwards. It's all secure until everything is said and done."
Bradshaw says that will remain the case, despite how long it may take to count the votes. Even if it goes on for days.
He says that if there is any voter intimidation happening at the polls on election day, poll workers will contact PBSO to have a deputy come handle it.
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