Florida Secretary Of State Laurel Lee Seeks To Scuttle Elections LawsuitFlorida Secretary of State Laurel Lee is asking a federal judge to toss out a challenge to a controversial new elections law that includes additional restrictions on voting by mail.
Voters Will Soon See Major Changes When It Comes To Casting BallotsA new bill passed by lawmakers in Tallahassee is heading to the desk of Governor Ron DeSantis.
Despite 'Transparent & Efficient' 2020 Election In Florida, DeSantis Pushes For ChangesGovernor Ron DeSantis says “Florida had the most transparent and efficient election than anyplace in the country in 2020,” yet he wants to make changes.
Spanish-Language Ballot Case Put On Hold In FloridaAmid settlement negotiations, a federal judge Wednesday put on hold a long-running legal dispute about Spanish-language ballots and voting assistance for Floridians who were educated in Puerto Rico.
Florida Judge Clears Way For Spanish-Language Ballot CaseA long-running legal battle over Spanish-language ballots for Puerto Rican voters in 32 Florida counties will move forward, after a federal judge refused to dismiss the lawsuit.
Florida Likely To Play Prominent Role With Just Six Days To Go Before Election DayWith just six days to go all eyes are on the state and what will happen when it's time to count those votes. Nearly 7 million Floridians have already voted either by mail or in person, 1.3 million of them in South Florida.
Voters Rush To Send Back Their Mail-In Ballots As Early Voting ContinuesTime is running out to get your vote-by-mail ballot returned through the post office.
Experts Give Assurances To Florida Voters As November General Election LoomsElections experts are spreading the word that voting systems are secure and prepared for what is expected to be record turnout in the hotly contested Nov. 3 presidential election, even as federal officials acknowledged that foreign disinformation campaigns aimed at sowing confusion and distrust have targeted voters in Florida and elsewhere.
Lines Begin Forming Before Sunrise In South Florida On Second Day Of Early VotingDay two of early voting in South Florida was another day of dodging showers to cast ballots.
Election Officials Report Higher-Than-Normal Primary Turnout In Miami-DadeA sign of the times as people line up to drop off their mail-in ballots at the Miami-Dade Elections Department.
US Appellate Court Questions Florida Felon Voting LawA federal appeals court heard from an attorney representing Florida who said the state can legally require felons to fully pay all fines, fees and restitution before allowing them to vote, while attorneys representing some felons argued that constitutes an illegal poll tax and discriminates against the poor.
Early Voting Begins In Florida As State Grapples With CoronavirusIn-person early voting began Saturday in Florida while the state continues to grapple with a high number of coronavirus cases.
Monday Is Last Day To Register To Vote In Florida's PrimaryMonday is the last day to register to vote or change voter registration information for Floridians planning to cast ballots in the August primary.
US Supreme Court Deals Setback To Florida Felon Voting RightsA divided U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday said Florida can enforce a law barring ex-felons from voting if they still owe court fines or fees that they are unable to pay associated with their convictions.
Miami-Dade Elections Dept. Mailing Out Vote-By-Mail Ballots For Florida's Primary ElectionMiami-Dade County will be sending out more than 332 thousand vote-by-mail ballots Thursday ahead of the August 18 Florida Primary Election.