Gov. Ron DeSantis Secures Additional $5.1 Million For Election Cyber SecurityGovernor Ron DeSantis has pledged an additional five million dollars to ensure the security of Florida elections.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Suggests Separate Election Day For Ballot QuestionsFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he wants to look into the idea of holding a separate election for proposed constitutional amendments.
Democrats Debate Primary, Registration ChangesThe Florida Democratic Party wrapped up a weekend event with a debate over whether the party should push for semi-open primaries and Election Day voter registration as soon as 2020.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Orders Review Of Elections Systems Security & Cyber SecurityIn the wake of Russia accessing two Florida voting databases, Governor Ron DeSantis is ordering the review of elections systems security and cyber security throughout the state.
FBI Briefs Florida Congressional Members On Russian Hacking Of County Election Depts.Members of the Florida congressional delegation have been briefed Thursday by the FBI on Russian hacking county elections departments.
FBI To Brief Florida Congressional Members On Alleged Russian Hacking Of CountyMembers of Florida's Congress will be briefed next week by the FBI about the claim that a county was hacked by Russian intelligence in 2016.
Florida Election Woes Under Federal MicroscopeFlorida's elections issues are now under a congressional microscope.
Judge Asked To Require Spanish-Language BallotsA coalition of groups has asked a federal judge to require 32 Florida counties to offer Spanish-language ballots and other election materials.
Lost In The Florida Ballot Recount Saga? Catch Up With The Latest Court Cases At Play If you blinked, you probably missed the latest lawsuit in the Florida ballot recount saga.
Florida Senator Bill Nelson Files New Lawsuit Seeking To Extend Recount Deadlines U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is filing another lawsuit related to the ongoing recount of the U.S. Senate race.
Homeland Security, FBI Say Florida's Election Systems Not Compromised A letter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent to Florida’s Secretary of State Ken Detzner says that Florida’s election systems are not compromised.
Vote-By-Mail Ballots Top 700,000Nearly 700,000 people have returned vote-by-mail ballots, according to numbers posted Wednesday morning by the Florida Division of Elections.
Florida-Based Elections Software Company Denies Systems Were HackedThe chief operating officer of a Florida-based company which provides voter registration software is refuting parts of a leaked U.S. National Security Agency report which suggested their systems were hacked.
Concern Over Cyber Threat To Election Systems Prompts Meeting Between State, FedsThe FBI hosted a conference call Friday with Florida officials after suspicious hacker-related activity around the state’s election website.
Election Officials Say Florida Vote Is SecureFlorida elections officials have pushed back at suggestions that this year's voting results could be hacked or otherwise threatened by a cyberattack.