Young Democrats, Republicans Make Case For Voting On College CampusesThe Marjory Stoneman Douglas massacre created an unprecedented, massive wave of activism by young people.
Judge To Weigh Spanish-Language Ballot DisputeA federal judge Wednesday will hear arguments in a lawsuit seeking to require 32 Florida counties to provide Spanish-language ballots and other materials to Puerto Ricans who are eligible to vote in the state.
Analysts: More Young People Register To Vote After Parkland ShootingMore young people are registering to vote in the mid-term elections, especially in Florida.
Florida Legislators Get $19.2 Million To Further Secure Voting SystemsFlorida’s top elections official Thursday expressed confidence, but not “overconfidence,” about this year’s elections as legislators accepted $19.2 million to bolster voting systems.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
Parkland Students In Wisconsin As 'Road To Change' Bus Tour ContinuesStudents from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are taking their drive for change on the road.
Florida An Outlier On Restoring Felons’ RightsFlorida voters will soon decide if a convicted felon who has served time and paid restitution should have his or her voting rights restored.
Federal Judge Orders Florida To Make Voting Rights ChangesVoting rights are something to be taken very seriously.
Florida Voters Will Be Asked To Restore Felon Voting RightsVoting is a right but it’s also a privilege, one that many people believe should be afforded to every American.
Florida May Counter "Growing Threat" To Election SecurityVoter fraud has been getting a lot of attention in recent years.
State Still Silent About Voter Data RequestGov. Rick Scott's administration is still not saying whether Florida will fulfill the White House's request for the state's voter rolls.
State Supreme Court Considers Restoration Of Criminals' Voting RightsThe restoration of voting privileges for convicted criminals is the focus of a proposed amendment being considered by the Florida Supreme Court.