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Supervisor of Elections says Independents out number Republicans in Palm Beach County

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President Donald Trump walks with Wendy Sartory Link, Supervisor of Elections Palm Beach County, after casting his ballot for the presidential election, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in West Palm Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

(PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLA) — Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections Wendy Sartory Link joined The South Florida Morning Show to explain new changes to the voting process for the upcoming Mid Term elections.
One change is the ability of the voter to make an appointment to avoid waiting in line to vote early.
So far, of the active 1,003,674 eligible voters, so far the unofficial voter turnout is 128,865 with the majority of those votes, 119,757, by mail.
Click here for everything you need to know to vote early in Palm Beach County.
According to the Sartory Link, 40% of registered voters in Palm Beach County are Democrats and 29% for Republicans and 31% for Independents.
Listen to the full interview with PBC SOE Wendy Sartory Link here.