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Sean Trende Opinion: What Does Early Voting Tell Us? Not Much

I’m serious – don’t pay attention to early voting. About this time in every election cycle analysts become starved for data to analyze. Of course, actual useful data is just around the corner, dropping on...

Todd Carney Opinion: Arizona Should Look to Florida’s Voting Reform

Until this month, Pennsylvania owned the dubious distinction among states of most embarrassing election management. But given its own lethargy in counting votes in its primary, Arizona has now edged out the Keystone State....
2020 election

Florida Democrats in Congress Back VoteSafe Act From Kamala Harris, James Clyburn

A host of Democrats on Capitol Hill are backing the proposal including Florida U.S. Reps. Val Demings, Ted Deutch, Alcee Hastings, Donna Shalala and Darren Soto. AHastings went to bat for the bill, which has next to no chance of getting through the Senate, on Wednesday. 

Some Florida Counties Seeing Huge Increases in Absentee and Early Voting

With a little more than a week to go in the general election, more than 2 million ballots have been cast by Florida voters. 

Counties Hit by Hurricane Michael Can Have Extended Early Voting

Scott issued an executive order on Thursday giving election supervisors “in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington counties the authority to extend and enhance voting options based on needs and challenges they have identified” with a host of options. 

Democrats Angry Over Early Voting on the First Coast

In Jacksonville, state Sen. Audrey Gibson, D-Jacksonville, and state Rep. Tracy Davis, D-Jacksonville, protested about the matter outside Jacksonville City Hall.