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.
Vote By Mail
With four days to the general election being held on November 3, 2020, 9.5 million Floridians (56 percent of registered voters) have already voted either via absentee ballots sent in the mail or in-person at selection polling locations. Meanwhile, as… Read More ›
Over 17,000 Palm Beachers vote in person on first day of early voting, almost 25% of eligible voters have voted
Palm Beach County held its first day of early in person voting yesterday, October 19, 2020, and had 17,363 registered voters took part. Meanwhile, 233,745 ballots have been cast via U.S. Mail. If you have cast your ballot via U.S…. Read More ›
Throughout Florida, 2.5 million voters have voted in the November 3, 2020 general election via U.S. Mail. In Palm Beach County, 226,516 have voted by mail. Today, Palm Beach County voters can vote in-person at select locations. If you are… Read More ›
Of the 14 million registered voters in Florida, 1,917,085 ballots have already cast for the November 3, 2020 general election according to data available from the Florida Division of Elections website this morning. All votes have been via U.S. Mail… Read More ›