The Florida legislature has passed a bill which will strengthen the integrity of the Florida voting system. The bill brings back request only ballots by mail and those ballots being returned will not have party affiliation identifiers. The bill also eliminates the potential for ballot harvesting, leaving it up to voters to turn in their own ballots rather than risk having a third party turn in requested ballots.
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Former Republican Florida State Senator Arrested in Scheme to Fund Bogus ‘No Party’ Candidate — Independent Political Report
Former Florida GOP state senator Frank Artiles has been arrested for his role in a scheme to fund a bogus NPA candidate that helped siphon votes away from the Democrat in a state senate race last year. The contest featured… Read More ›
Out of 14 million registered voters in Florida, six million have already voted either by mail or in person at early voting sites for the November 3, 2020 general election. In Palm Beach County, 450,000 registered voters have already voted… Read More ›
Florida State House of Representatives District 89, which hugs the coastline from Riviera Beach down to Boca Raton, is up for grabs by either incumbent Mike Caruso or Jim Bonfiglio. Both are well-funded as Caruso has flooded the district voter’s… Read More ›
There has been some recent chatter on the Internet about a desire by many to see life and business strategist Tony Robbins run for president. Most think their choices are limited to Joe Biden or Donald Trump and are not… Read More ›