The Florida House of Representatives started work Wednesday the exact same way they ended work on Tuesday, with a robotic computer program reading every word of every bill at the request of House Democrats.
A new report looking at the massive problems that plagued voters in Miami-Dade County on Election Day laid some of the blame on the county’s election department.
The 2012 ballot will be one to remember across the state of Florida. The ballot is the longest in Miami-Dade history and much of the ballot is taken up with 11 constitutional amendments written in legalese that can confuse even the most well-informed voters.
Whether you vote early, by absentee, or on Election Day we want to warn you again you will be facing what many say is the longest ballot in history. And filling it out isn’t exactly a cake walk.
While nearly 1 million people have cast an absentee vote already this election season, business at the voting booths will begin to pick up starting Saturday when early voting kicks off in Florida.
This week CBS4 is taking a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments you are being asked on the November ballot. The questions in some cases are more than a page long. Amendment 1 deals with abortion and Amendment 6 challenges President Barack Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act.
This November’s ballot is the longest in South Florida history. Part of that is because there are 11 constitutional amendments, some of which are more than a page long.
Dan Gelber and Jim DeFede discuss the Amendments in the upcoming election.
The Florida Supreme Court issued a mixed ruling Friday over plans to redistrict the Florida House and Senate.
Miami-Dade voters will have to go to the polls one more time to decide who will be the next mayor of the county.