Gov. Rick Scott has reappointed Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who serves as Florida’s chief elections officer.
Decade-old voting equipment is quickly aging in nearly half the state’s counties, and there has been a struggle at the local level to secure money to cover the replacement costs.
Florida’s gubernatorial race is in a virtual deadlock and some experts say it’s possible the race could go to a recount if it ends in a stalemate.
One of the dirtiest words in Florida election history could be uttered on November 4th. The gubernatorial candidates could demand a recount.
Election supervisors across the state have been notified that there will be no voter rolls purge of non-U.S. citizens in 2014.
The state will soon begin forwarding the names of suspected non-citizens on the voter rolls to local elections officials, formally kicking off the second version of Gov. Rick Scott’s controversial scrubbing program.
A statewide directive dealing with absentee ballots is rankling some election supervisors in Florida.
It was one of the most controversial plans Governor Rick Scott came up with in 2012, but Florida’s elections officials said they learned from their mistakes and will implement a new non-citizen voter purge programs this year.
Monroe County, along with four others in the state, will no longer need federal approval before voting changes are put in place.
All the problems at the polls in Florida during the November election has Secretary of State Ken Detzner calling for some major improvements.