‘We Are Evolving Into A Diverse Community’: Broward Makes History Electing 3 Black Men As Sheriff, State Attorney & Public DefenderFor the first time in Broward’s history, voters elected three Black men as sheriff, state attorney and public defender.
Demand For Mail-In Ballots Surges Ahead Of November Presidential ElectionThe demand for mail-in ballots has surged in Broward County leading up to the November 2020 election.
Broward Sends Out First Batch Of Vote-By-Mail BallotsThe first batch of Vote-By-Mail ballots in Broward are now on their way to voters.
Hollywood Coronavirus: Two Broward Elections Workers Test Positive For CoronavirusTwo people who worked at separate precincts in Broward during last week’s primary election have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Broward Election Officials Test Electronic Voting Equipment Ahead Of March PrimaryWith the mail-in ballots already sent out, South Florida election workers are now gearing up for the March 17 primary.
145,000 Mail-In Ballots Ready To Go Out To Voters In Broward CountyOn Friday morning Broward elections workers wheeled 145,000 mail-in ballots onto a tractor-trailer headed to a postal facility in Opa-locka for processing.
Court Backs Broward's Ex-Supervisor Of Elections On Voting RollsA federal appeals court has sided with a controversial former Broward County elections supervisor in a legal battle about whether she took proper steps to remove ineligible voters from election rolls.
Voter Turnout Light As Several Broward County Municipalities Hold ElectionsVoter turnout appeared to be light across Broward County as elections were held in seven municipalities.
Brenda Snipes Takes Fight To Get Her Job Back To Federal Court MondayBroward's former elections supervisor Brenda Snipes will square off Monday in federal court against Gov. Rick Scott in a bid to get her job back.
Snipes Sues To Get Broward Elections Job BackAccusing Gov. Rick Scott of a “malicious and politically motivated” executive order, suspended Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes has filed a federal lawsuit against Scott and Senate President Bill Galvano as she tries to regain her job.
Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes Fires Back At CriticsEmbattled Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes fired back against her critics Monday defending her handling of the recent midterm elections.
Broward Judge Will NOT Issue Injuction In Rick Scott Motion To Impound Broward Election Equipment & RecordsInjunction denied. That’s the decision Monday from a Broward Circuit Court judge at an emergency hearing involving a lawsuit filed by Florida Governor Rick Scott, asking to impound ballots and machines at the Broward Election office.
'We Want To Put This Election To Bed', Broward Still Counting BallotsIt may be the day after Election Day but at the Broward Supervisor of Elections Office in Lauderhill the work continues.
Voting Machines Tested In Miami-Dade, BrowardWith just days before in-person early voting for the November General Election gets underway, Miami-Dade and Broward's election departments are putting their machines to the test.
Florida's Early Voting Ends With More Than 1.2 Million Ballots CastSunday marked the end of the early voting period in Florida's hotly-contested primary election.