Miami-Dade voters see varying lines but no issues as early voting begins
MIAMI – In what could be a record turnout for early voting, 33 advance polling sites opened in Miami-Dade County on Monday with no reported problems. “You can see your ballot go in.”[TO TRACK EARLY VOTING WAIT TIMES, CLICK HERE]Voters started lining up at some locations before dawn. While the lines vary from place to place, the mood has seemed good overall. These Florida voters are keenly aware of the role they may play in picking the president, though just as important are big local races and ballot questions. ALSO SEEBe election ready: Local10.com 2020 voter guideEarly voting starts in South Florida; Find your polling placeAmendments 101: Glenna Milberg breaks down Florida’s ballot questions
Most of WNBA's older coaches OK with Florida virus risk
Thibault knows that he could be at higher risk for severe illness if he gets the coronavirus because of his age. The 69-year-old coach didn't hesitate about going down to Florida with his team Monday, July 6, 2020, to prepare for the upcoming WNBA season. The 69-year-old Washington Mystics coach didn't hesitate about going down to Florida with his team Monday to prepare for the virus-delayed WNBA season. I'm not at the same risk as that grocery store worker or restaurant owner heading to work every day. I know that Dan had a difficult decision to forego the 2020 WNBA season," said Indiana Fever coach Marianne Stanley, who is 66.