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.
Florida's Primary Voter Registration Deadline Is Less Than A Week AwayFloridians planning to vote in local primary elections have a less than a week left to register to vote or update their voter’s registration information.
Campaign 2020: Florida Voters - By The NumbersWith the March 17 presidential primaries fast approaching, Florida is preparing for a major election year. Here is a look at voter-registration numbers, as of Dec. 31:
Gen Z Voters And The 2020 ElectionIn less than three months Iowa will kick off the presidential primary season with the first in the nation caucuses giving the first indicator of who voters support. So—will Gen Z turn out in 2020?
Florida, Federal Officials 'Relentlessly' Securing Election SystemsState and federal officials announced Friday they are “relentlessly” working together to protect election systems in Florida from on-going foreign interference.
State Mum On Election System Patches After Cybersecurity Review CompletedA cybersecurity review has been completed of state and county elections systems following disclosures of Russian hacking during the 2016 elections.