Next month, Florida voters will see the longest election ballot in the state's history.


Voters can look forward to multiple sheets with races on both sides, then those multiple pages have to be fed through the ballot page at a time.


In fact, the thing is so big that those who vote by mail will have to pay extra postage - around 65 cents or more - just to get it back to their county auditor's office.


"This is the longest ballot I can remember," said one county supervisor.  "It comes chock full of choices."


So in other words, be prepared to go to bed election night not knowing the final results.