Great puff piece in the Miami Herald about the Miami-Dade Elections supervisor. She's so human I just want to hug her now despite the disaster she oversaw.
But the best part is this paragraph about those darned Republicans and the law they passed to suppress the vote, which was buried on the third page:
Among other things, the law reduced the number of early-voting days to 8 from 14, though it kept the number of hours on the books the same, and it eliminated early voting the Sunday before Election Day, though it guaranteed one Sunday of early voting.
Remember that before 2004 there was no early voting in Florida. The duly elected legislature passed a law limiting it to 8 days but did not cut back on the number of hours allowed for (96). Sounds like suppression to me.