Republican-controlled legislature may enact new mail-in ballot restrictions in Florida
TALLAHASSEE, FL. - Before the Presidential Election in 2024, Florida may alter its rules for mail-in ballots. A list of possible changes has been compiled by the office of Florida Secretary of State Cord Byrd, and the Republican-led Legislature may implement them this spring. However, the department's 60-page report to state lawmakers does not recommend any new identification requirements, which the state's local election supervisors strongly oppose.
Will Oklahoma’s New Marijuana Legalization be the Blueprint for all Other States?
If the March 7th initiative is approved by voters, adults 21 and older could own up to an ounce of recreational marijuana and cultivate as many as six mature marijuana plants and six seedlings in their homes, and some convictions for marijuana possession could be expunged.
Governor DeSantis' extreme rhetoric alienates vital swing voters
TALLAHASSEE, FL. - Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, made it clear that he was not interested in taking a measured, balanced approach to governing. Instead, the Republican governor has employed aggressive and uncompromising rhetoric to implement extreme policies catering to the far-right base.
Florida taxpayers continue to pay for Governor DeSantis' voter fraud cases - but he keeps on losing all of them
Taxpayers in Florida continue to foot the bill for all the election fraud cases that Governor DeSantis' initiative is fighting for in court, and all of them have been lost so far.
State Rep. Sam Garrison asks public to attend Clay County hearing on state, local issues
Florida Rep. Sam Garrison, chairman of the Clay County legislative delegation, is holding a meeting for the purpose of hearing public testimony on state issues and the consideration of local bills.
Hispanic voters did not vote for Republican candidates at the rate they were expected to
The rate of votes cast by Hispanic voters for Republican candidates fell short of what was anticipated for them, which shocked a lot of people. I Registered To Vote Today stickers stock photo for illustration purposes.Adam Glanzman / Getty Images.
Voices from the ground: Mountain View, California
NewsBreak reporters and editors go to Vote centers to learn what California voters care about this midterm
Voices from the ground: New York, New York
NewsBreak reporters and editors go to Vote centers to learn what New York voters care about this midterm
Explainer: How Republicans are slowly succeeding at wooing Hispanic voters who have aligned with Democrats for decades
Republicans are slowly succeeding at wooing Hispanic voters, and what is wild about this is that the community has popularly aligned with the Democrats for decades. With this in-depth piece, I figured we should look at how that is becoming possible.
At least 61% of LA voters flagged homelessness as the city's number-one priority for the upcoming race
According to the results of a poll, one-third of the voters in Los Angeles believe that the number of people living on the streets has increased over the past several years. A picture depicting homelessness in Los Angeles, California.Frederic J Brown / AFP.
Voter resource: Garrison, Jones vie for Florida House of Representatives District 11 seat
Redistricting created the new District 11 of the Florida House of Representatives so the seat is currently vacant. The old District 11 seat was last represented by Cord Byrd, who withdrew before the Republican primary on Aug. 23, 2022.
Majority of Latino voters plan to back Democratic candidates in midterm elections, but the support is declining
There is a support decline from Latino voters who have backed Democratic candidates for a long time that is being picked up by polls across the United States. I Registered To Vote Today stickers stock photo for illustration purpose.Adam Glanzman / Getty Images.
One person arrested during Governor DeSantis' crackdown on election fraud claims that she didn't commit any crime
The footage taken from body cameras that was just recently made public provides a fresh viewpoint on the sense of disorientation that was experienced by some people during the crackdown.
Clay County School Board approves 2022-23 budget, millage rate
The Clay County school board approved the budget and millage rate for the 22-23 school year Thursday night.Clay County District Schools. The Clay County District School board voted 5-0 to unanimously approve the 2022-2023 budget and millage rate Thursday evening during a special board meeting.
2 candidates vie for the District 5 Clay County school board seat
Two candidates are running for the District 5 Clay County School Board position. All voters in the district, regardless of party affiliation, will have the opportunity to cast a vote on the District 5 seat.
District 1 candidates on Tuesday’s ballot for Clay County District School Board
Three candidates are running for the District 1 Clay County School Board position. All voters in the district, regardless of party affiliation, will have the opportunity to cast a vote on the District 1 board seat.
New Yorkers: 2022 voting by absentee ballot deadlines
Remember these important dates for the August 23 primary election. Voters registration and voting by absentee ballot deadlines. Primary Elections: POLLS OPEN 6 AM - 9 PM. The New York state board of election provided the below information. For any questions, please visit the board website: https://www.elections.ny.gov/.
Charter Review Commission sends salary increase, end of term limits proposals to county commissioners
The Charter Review Commission voted to send proposals removing term limits and increasing commissioners' salary to county commissioners.Clay County Government. The Charter Review Commission voted 8-3 to forward three ballot items to the Board of County Commissioners during their third and final meeting, May 31. The Board of County Commissioners plans to place these items on their June 14 agenda.
Deadline to Change Political Affiliation April 13
In dealings with the MVC, some may have inadvertently changed their political party affiliation. Now they have until April 13 to make changes. This week, the Morris County Board of Elections reminded residents of the approaching deadline to change their political affiliation to participate in their new party’s Primary Election on June 7.