San Juan – The State Elections Commission (CEE) confirmed on Monday that the Administrative Board of Absentee and Early Voting (JAVAA) began counting the early votes cast by voters who requested Absentee and Early Voting by mail, using the machines of electronic counting, as planned.
“In order to safeguard the purity of the electoral process, the full Commission decided to pause the vote counting process to make more rigorous adjustments,” explained the president of the EEC, Francisco Rosado Colomer in written statements.
“Unlike previous events, this time, the volume of votes that JAVAA will be processing during the count is significantly higher than usual. We saw it necessary to re-evaluate the logistics and give more precise instructions to the officials, who will resume work tomorrow, Tuesday at 8:30 in the morning, ”he added.
It established that the work in the EEC will continue as established in its calendar.