May 14, 2021

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Most of the ballots have not left the EEC | government

Most of the ballots to be used in today's primaries, followed around 7:00 in the morning at the headquarters of the State Elections Commission (CEE), in Hato Rey, and they will not arrive in time to the polling stations that were supposed to receive voters from 9:00 in the morning.

It was uncertain whether the trucks would have a police escort, as the plans of the Uniformada were altered by the delay, who before dawn they began to ensure that patrollers who were on their hours of rest were incorporated to replace those who had been waiting for up to more than 12 hours to escort the trucks.

The operation of distribution of ballots began at dawn yesterday and in the morning Today, they had yet to be distributed in districts such as Mayagüez, Ponce and Aguadilla.

In San Juan and Bayamón they had been partially distributed, as in Arecibo, where seven municipalities were missing.

The ballots of Aibonito and Salinas, Among other municipalities, they had not left the CEE headquarters either.

The printing press located in Cayey apparently finished printing late, but the ballots reached the CEE where they were to be placed in the briefcases. The process of preparing the briefcases was practically paralyzed in the early morning hours.

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