MiamiHerald / The people who count votes in Florida realize the eyes of the nation will be on them again as millions of people make their choices in the 2018 election.

Supervisors of elections from the state’s 67 counties will meet this week at a Fort Lauderdale oceanfront resort hotel for three days of brainstorming. They’re preparing for a trouble-free midterm election in the nation’s premier battleground state, with its long history of close races and nail-biting election nights.

Here are five specific issues they will deal with at their annual summer conference.



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