Just days before the election, most of Hialeah votes safely

Early voting for the general presidential election in Miami-Dade County began on Oct. 19 and will continue until this Sunday, Nov. 1. Many Hialeah residents arrived at the John F. Kennedy Library to turn in their early votes.

Despite protocols, there were still voters who refuse to follow social distancing while early voting.

“I have seen the occasional voter in these huge lines with no mask, and that bothers me,” said Desiree, a Miami-Dade Democratic Party Representative.

Some are scared to vote in person and risk their health, but “you have to vote; this is the way the American way,” said Julio Martínez, president of the Hialeah Republican Club.


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