Florida’s redistricting process will have to wait—U.S. Census Bureau blames pandemic for delay in data release

2020 Census Form – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Tada Images Florida’s population continues to shoot up as the COVID-19 pandemic forges forward in 2021. Because Florida is a “fully-open” state, many families, businesses, and remote working individuals from lesser opened states have made the move down to the Sunshine State in search of new

Gov. Ron DeSantis encountered voting hiccup at the polls—Florida man charged for altering governors address

Courtesy: YES Market Media – Shutterstock– Juno Beach, Florida, USA – June 30, 2020: Governor Florida Ron DeSantis with Casey DeSantis and Madison DeSantis will make a major announcement at Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach. As if the voting season wasn’t already hectic enough, things just got crazier, and it involved Gov. Ron DeSantis.

In-person Early Voting in Florida begins today: What you need to know

‘Vote Here’ sign placed on the walkway to a neighborhood polling place, as seen on election day in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Photo: Jillian Cain Photography/Shutterstock.com Today, Oct. 19., 2020 marks the beginning of early voting in Florida. Early voting is the process by which constituents are allowed to cast their ballot before the designated election day.

Six Amendments to Watch Out For in Florida Elections

‘Vote Here’ sign placed on the walkway to a neighborhood polling place, as seen on election day in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Photo: Jillian Cain Photography/Shutterstock.com With the presidential election less than two months away, many other offices and issues will be decided when voters go to the polls. In Florida, there are six ballot

Felons Not Allowed to Vote Yet in Florida Primary, Supreme Court Says

Photo: hafakot/Shutterstock.com The Supreme Court of Florida said on Thursday, June 16 it will not allow convicted felons to vote in a primary until they have paid fees, fines and restitution, according to state law. This is even if the felon has completed his or her sentence previously. The next step is for the case