Mona Reis, the owner of Presidential Women's Center in West Palm Beach FL, filed a lawsuit yesterday to preserve her right to vote. Her absentee ballot was tossed without recourse because it was determined that her signature didn't match. She was afforded no other way to verify her identity and have her vote counted.
This situation was detailed yesterday HERE.
According to the Palm Beach Post:
West Palm Beach woman sues elections supervisor to challenge signature rule for absentee ballots, be allowed to vote
Well-known Palm Beach County abortion rights activist Mona Reis on Friday will get to ask a judge to let her vote in person after the election canvassing board last week rejected her absentee ballot because the three officials didn’t believe the signature on it was hers.
The emergency hearing, that could impact dozens of voters who had their absentee ballots thrown out because of bad signatures, was scheduled shortly after Reis on Wednesday sued Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher in Palm Beach County Circuit Court.