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As of Friday, there were more than 12,000 names statewide captured under Florida’s Voter Verification Law, also known as "No Match, No Vote."
The law says that if a perspective voter’s ID does not match up correctly with a driver’s license or Social Security record, he or she cannot vote with a regular ballot, but instead must vote provisionally. That vote will not count if the voter does not provide a form of the correct ID to their Supervisor of Elections.
Jackie Beiro works with the Hillsborough County Democratic Party. She says her office helped a number of voters who ave had their identification questioned during early voting.
Hillsborough Democrat Jackie Beiro says the party plans to have attorney and monitors at many polling sites across the county to help out voters with troubles or questions.