Online Voter Registration On Track For 2017Work that will allow Floridians to register to vote online after this year's presidential election remains on schedule, according to a progress report submitted to state lawmakers.
Gaetz, Book Bring In Campaign CashIn the halls of the Florida Capitol, the names Gaetz and Book are almost universally recognized.
Another Proposal Heats Up Solar Energy Ballot FightA new "pro solar-energy" coalition will push for its own ballot initiative as a way to counter a separate group's proposed constitutional amendment to expand the use of solar energy in Florida.
Solar Power Supporters Bring In $154kA committee pushing a proposed solar energy ballot initiative upped its fundraising last month to more than $154 thousand, according to reports released this week.
Scott Committee Gets Boost From Disney World Florida Governor Rick Scott's committee got a boost from 'the happiest place on earth.'
Detzner Says He Hasn't Advised Scott On Online Voter RegistrationSecretary of State Ken Detzner says he has not given advice to Florida Governor Rick Scott about a bill that would let Floridians register to vote online.
Online Voter Registration Gets OK; Detzner ObjectsDespite opposition from the governor's top elections official, legislation that would allow Floridians to register to vote online was sent to the Senate floor Thursday.
Online Voter Registration ProposedOnline voter-registration could be coming as soon thanks to a proposal filed by a South Florida senator.
GOP Governors Group Donates More Money To Aid Scott's CampaignHeated debates, endless mudslinging and clichéd one-liners have prompted the Republican Governors Association to donate even more money to aid Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign.
Fla. Voters To Decide On Conservation AmendmentFlorida voters will get to decide if they want to set aside $10 billion in state funds over a length of 20 years for land and water conservation.
Marijuana Legalization Effort Draws $425K A medical marijuana legalization group hit a new high in the month of November. People United for Medical Marijuana said it raised $425,896.
Early Voting Running Smoothly Around FloridaWith early voting well underway for August 14th's primary election, the news coming from around the state has been positive with many election supervisors saying they hope this will foreshadow an easy general election in November.
Report: Miami-Dade & Broward Stop Voter Roll PurgeThe election year fight by Governor Rick Scott to purge voter rolls of “non-citizens” is in trouble of spiraling Florida into a similar situation the state faced in the disastrous presidential election in 2000.
Scott Denies Voter Roll Purge Targets MinoritiesFlorida’s voter purge may have met its match in the U.S. Department of Justice. After weeks of calls to stop the purge, the Justice Department ordered Florida to stop the voter roll purge undertaken on order of Florida Governor Rick Scott, but the fight may still continue.
State's List Of Possible Ineligible Voters Grows To 180KFlorida officials continue to investigate the citizenship of Florida registered voters and now the number of potentially ineligible voters in the state is growing.