Yeah, yeah smart guy. Be even better if the voter put the paper ballot directly into the reader so it was immediately counted and also left a paper trail in case confirmation was required.
I've no clue how Florida does it but, at this point, I imagine it involves a dart board and wren entrails.
The supervisor of elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, said this happens all the time, especially when dealing with paper ballots.
Snipes said there is no reason for alarm. "I've run several elections here, and this election was run no different than any other," she said.