Florida became the latest state to pass sweeping voter restrictions late Thursday night when the Republican-controlled Legislature passed Senate Bill 90.
The Florida Senate has advanced a voter suppression bill that would limit ballot drop boxes and increase how often voters must submit new absentee ballot requests.
In a televised press conference for the passage of a new “anti-riot” law, Florida’s Polk County sheriff had a message for what he said were the “millions and millions” of new residents moving into the state.
A key Florida House committee advanced a restrictive elections bill on Monday along a party line vote. The bill would curtail Florida’s current law that honors absentee ballot requests for two elections.
Republicans in Florida are pushing to completely ban ballot drop boxes in the state.
Heritage Action for America, the nonprofit arm of the conservative Heritage Foundation, announced Monday that it will be investing at least $10 million on a multi-pronged effort to influence election laws in key swing states.
Page 4 of 4