tallahassee - The voters in Florida, six days longer had to register the time for the US elections next month. This has given the judge Wednesday because of the havoc that has caused the hurricane Matthew in the state. More than a million homes were without electricity and sit by the flooding and other hazards many residents could not move.
The deadline for registration was, according to CNN, pending the court hearing already shifted to Wednesday 17. 00 pm local time. The extension is a windfall for the Democrats, who feared losing votes by the impact of Matthew. Republican Gov. Rick Scott saw no reason to adjust the program because the people of Florida have had plenty of time, according to him to register.