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Blind Floridians in at least five counties will have the chance to fill out their vote by mail ballots online for the general election in November.
The pandemic has changed the way campaigns are reaching out to voters. For Democrats, that means holding more events virtually. On the Republican side, President Donald Trump has even held fewer rallies. Yet in the battleground state of Florida, Republicans are still using a tried and true way to reach their constituents: they’re going door to door.
Win Justice Florida Launches Social Media Campaign To Help Pay Fines of Formerly Incarcerated FelonsWith the deadline to register for the Presidential Election less than a month away, last minute voter registration efforts are ramping up. The groups Florida For All Coalition and Win Justice are using Facebook and other social media outlets to highlight a service felons can use to help get their voting rights restored.
Siding with supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment that would revamp Florida’s primary-election system, a Leon County circuit judge has ordered a state panel to revise an estimate that said the measure would cost millions of dollars for counties to carry out.
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