This shouldn't even be a headline, you might say. But where Florida is concerned anything is possible.
Miami Dade has quietly ordered that voters should be prohibited from using all bathrooms at all voting locations. Precinct officials made the rule in response to an inquiry about whether they had provided disabled access restrooms.
Closing all the bathrooms doesn't sound like a voter-friendly move in any context, but it's a particularly horrible idea in Miami Dade. Here's why:
In the 2012 elections, Miami Dade voters had to wait in line for over 6 hours.
Other Miami Dade voters claimed they'd waited in line for over 9 hours.
So if you live in Miami, you might want to carefully plan your voting day. In fact that's probably an understatement.