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Thousands of felons allowed to vote despite confusion over Florida law

Thousands of felons allowed to vote despite confusion over Florida law

Felons across Florida are being allowed to vote, despite a court case that raised questions about their right. In an email Thursday, the state elections office gave local supervisors new directives allowing tens of thousands of felons in Florida to cast ballots. Advertisement Ron Labasky, general counsel of the Florida Supervisors of Elections, instructed that felons registered after Sept. 11 had a right to vote, despite an appellate court ruling that found they need to fulfil all conditions of their sentence, including paying all fines, to be eligible. The instructions Friday were yet...

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October 30, 2020
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Democrats push Puerto Rican voters to outmuscle Cuban Republicans in Florida

Democrats push Puerto Rican voters to outmuscle Cuban Republicans in Florida

Democrats are trying to mobilize Puerto Ricans to outmuscle Republican Cubans at the voting booth and help Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in November. They’re pouring effort into registering Puerto Ricans to vote and educating them about the U.S. election system, which differs greatly from the one they’re used to. Advertisement They’re also reminding Puerto Ricans about what they consider Trump’s mistreatment of their island after Hurricane Maria. With Spanish-language ads, digital campaigns and traditional caravans, they’re stressing that Puerto Ricans could be a key for Biden in Florida. But...

October 24, 2020
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Across Florida, voters without masks will be allowed at polling places despite COVID-19

Across Florida, voters without masks will be allowed at polling places despite COVID-19

More elections officials in Florida said Wednesday they won’t turn away voters who refuse to wear masks — concerned they’d be accused of infringing on people’s right to vote during the pandemic. Elections officials in Florida’s biggest counties told the South Florida Sun Sentinel they have little choice but to allow people who won’t wear masks to cast their ballots. Advertisement The issue of maskless voting came to the forefront Tuesday when the Broward supervisor of elections revealed he who are eligible to vote in the Nov. 3 presidential election. They have a right to vote under federal...

September 23, 2020
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Voters without masks will be allowed into polls on Election Day, Broward officials say

Voters without masks will be allowed into polls on Election Day, Broward officials say

After touting the safety of voting sites, Broward election officials now say they won’t stop people from voting if they don’t wear masks. The statement from the Broward elections supervisor stunned legal experts who say permitting maskless voting would clearly conflict with COVID-19 court rulings that already have . Advertisement The Broward County Supervisor of Elections told the South Florida Sun Sentinel that it who are eligible to vote in the Nov. 3 presidential election: They have a right to vote under federal law. And elections officials argue that outweighs any local law on masks....

September 23, 2020
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