A Miami lawyer is leading the charge to open Florida’s primaries. Gene Stearns, a member of a bi-partisan activist group, said the change is needed because data suggests more and more voters in the state are choosing no party affiliation.
Early voting started Saturday in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, which joined Monroe County, where voters have already been voting for a week. It was a slow start.
As the South Carolina comes to an end Saturday, early voting in the Sunshine State will be just getting underway for the January 31 primary.
You better hurry if you plan to vote in the Jan. 21st Republican presidential primary in the state of Florida. Tuesday is the deadline to register to vote in that primary.
If you’re hoping to cast a ballot to pick one of the Republican candidates in Florida’s GOP Primary at the end of January, you have a little less than 48 hours to get registered as a Republican.