Long lines, long count once again raise questions about Florida's election process
Twelve years ago, it was hanging chads. This time, it's voters hanging in line -- for hours.
Florida has managed to emerge from yet another presidential election as the lone state on the electoral map without a winner.
Outside of Florida, few care at this point. Mitt Romney was already shut out on election night, with or without Florida.
But the scene of local officials thumbing through ballots long after every other state had been called seemed to reinforce the view that Florida just doesn't do elections...