That is a large question, and during a impulse a answer is not clear.
The initial step is substantiating a approach for choosing officials to promulgate with voters, and that has not nonetheless been probable in a hardest strike areas, where electricity and cellphone outages are widespread.
That includes Bay, Gulf, Franklin, Jackson, Calhoun, Liberty and Gadsden Counties, pronounced Paul Lux, a President of a Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections.
Once that has happened, internal choosing supervisors have “fairly extended management for how to hoop puncture situations,” Mr. Lux said.
Most of a counties have not announced new voting procedures, though Gulf County, southeast of Panama City — home to 10,216 purebred electorate — is an instance of what can be done.