Monroe County counted all its votes only three hours after polls closed, which is much quicker than previous years.
The Postal Service said it could not deliver the absentee ballots because the return address on the envelope was too large and too dark.
Voting centers allow residents to vote anywhere in the county as opposed to the precinct they live in.
Starting today, the public must request a file at least 24 hours in advance before viewing it.
County Clerk Linda Robbins says around 4,000 Monroe County residents participated in early voting this year.
Yellow cards that contain polling information are not required to cast a ballot.
When pressed about her new Deputy's qualifications though, Robbins was unable to recall specific jobs Browne has held in the county.
A presentation by a prospective electronic voting system vendor helped delay the vote county in Monroe County for a second day Wednesday.
The same number of votes were cast on the first day of early voting this year as in 2010.
Monroe County is making plans that would allow county residents to vote at any location within the county during the 2012 elections.