New Florida Law Scuttles Ballot Signature FightAlmost exactly a month after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a new elections law, a federal judge has dismissed a long-running legal battle about the handling of mismatched ballot signatures.
Florida Advances Plan For Spanish-Language BallotsVoters throughout the state will have access to Spanish-language ballots in time for next year’s presidential election, under regulations Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration is advancing.
Florida Elections Law Targeted Over Early Voting SitesPart of a new elections law that requires “sufficient nonpermitted parking” at early voting sites will create an unconstitutional burden on young voters attending colleges or universities, plaintiffs in a long-running dispute over campus early voting argued in documents filed Monday.
State Wants Ballot Signature Lawsuit TossedLawyers for the state are asking a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit challenging how Florida elections officials handle mismatched signatures on mail-in and provisional ballots.
Florida Citizenship Voting Proposal Clears ThresholdSupporters of a proposed constitutional amendment about the citizenship of voters have cleared an important initial threshold, setting the stage for a Florida Supreme Court review.
Florida Governor DeSantis, 'Russians Accessed 2 Florida Voting Databases'Gov. Ron DeSantis said Russian hackers gained access to voter databases in two Florida counties ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
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
FBI To Meet With Florida Officials On Election Hacking Detailed In Mueller ReportFederal Bureau of Investigation officials are set to meet with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and US Sen. Rick Scott about concerns that Russians hacked at least one Florida county ahead of the 2016 election.
Felons’ Voting Fight Heads To Florida House FloorBackers of a constitutional amendment that restores the right to vote for felons continued to wrangle Tuesday with state lawmakers over legislation aimed at carrying out the measure.
Florida Senate Makes Changes Amid Felons’ Voting DebateEveryone agrees a constitutional amendment that appeared on the November ballot was designed to automatically restore the right to vote for some of Florida’s convicted felons.
Miami To Host Democratic Presidential DebateEfforts by the Florida Democratic Party to hold a presidential debate in the state have paid off.