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France, Florida Agree to Protect Shipwreck From 1565

La Trinité was sunk off the Florida coast in 1565 in one of the most important moments in American colonial history.

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. 

Florida Gets Ready for Vote-By-Mail Ballots

Voters have until the end of business day on Wednesday, October 31 to request a vote-by-mail ballot from their the Supervisor of Elections offices who, in turn, have until November 2 to send the ballots out.