Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Suggests Separate Election Day For Ballot QuestionsFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he wants to look into the idea of holding a separate election for proposed constitutional amendments.
Judge Orders Spanish-Language Ballots In 32 Florida CountiesA federal judge Friday ordered 32 Florida counties to provide Spanish-language ballots and other assistance to Spanish-speaking voters for the March 2020 presidential primary election
Gov. DeSantis Directs Action On Spanish-Language BallotsFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis directed the state’s elections chief to begin a process to address the availability of Spanish-language ballots and Spanish-language voter assistance.
Broward Election Recount Delayed Because Of Problem With MachinesElection problems just keep popping up in Broward County.
Governors Race May Be Heading For Recount As Ballot Counting ContinuesElection Day has come and gone but there are still several key races in Florida that have yet to be decided.  
Ballots Cast Top 2 Million In Florida As Candidates Drum Up Votes More than 2 million Floridians have voted in the Nov. 6 general election, with Republicans outpacing Democrats in early voting and vote-by-mail ballots.
Vote-By-Mail Ballots Top 700,000Nearly 700,000 people have returned vote-by-mail ballots, according to numbers posted Wednesday morning by the Florida Division of Elections.
Voters Get Early Start On November ElectionMore than a million ballots have already been requested for the November general election, according to the state Division of Elections.
Florida Already Has 1.5 Million Ballots In MailFlorida's county supervisors of elections have already sent out more than 1.5 million ballots to overseas and military voters for the August 30th primaries.
Broward Voters Will Be Able To Request Sample Ballots Via Email Broward voters will be able to access their sample ballot via email a little over a month before August’s primary elections.
Miami & Miami Beach Commission Runoff Results Are InKeon Hardemon, scion of one of Liberty City’s most politically active families, was elected Tuesday as the youngest member of the Miami City Commission since districts were created almost two decades ago.