LWV of Florida and Common Cause are taking Governor Scott back to court over Supreme Court appointments.
The Florida Supreme Court did not rule on this issue last year. The Court concluded that it had to wait for the Governor to take official action on his stated intent. That has now occurred, so the issue is ripe for a prompt decision.
The full brief can be found here: bit.ly/2MJSQfL ...
Hey hey, ho ho, red tide Rick has got to go. Rinse, repeat:)!
Yes. Thank you! The level of corruption is unbelievable.
This man is a criminal ‼️
A double of 45.
Committed the largest Medicare Fraud in the history of this country. Worst governor Florida has ever had-ever! HE is our red tide. Many more transgressions on his record. Took the 5th - 75 times. Vote him out. Vote him away - way away.
"The main reasons why mail ballots are rejected are that a voter didn't sign the ballot envelope or that the voter's signature on the envelope did not match the voter's signature on file with the county elections office."
The convenience of voting by mail is great, but these steps are so important if you do decide to vote by mail! ...
How do we know if our ballot counted or not? Also where can we see what their signature on file looks like?
On a very related note, last Monday in Hollywood-Florida, there was a forum on election security and integrity with many of the nation's leading experts on a topic.
A full video of the forum is here.
Everything from Florida's issues with elections to digital security was discussed.
Match ? Who decides if it matches ? Sandra Gourd? Yeah i don't forget
Sorry but unless you have forensic person analyzing signatures they should not be using that as a basis for throwing them out. My signature may slant left one day and right another day. The size of the letters may also change. It's ridiculous to throw out ballot because of this.
What a half-time show! Congratulations to the Univ of Michigan!The Michigan Marching Band has partnered with the Ginsberg Center for Community Service Learning, and with LSA dean emerita Dr. Edie Goldenberg to support th... ...
Thank you to Mayor Gimenez, but we disagree on his claim that "everybody who is saying it publicly and pushing for it is on one side of the political spectrum." Last week's press conference was a bipartisan showing from FIU students and nonpartisan organizations. We also hope that the county can fund another voting location on Miami Dade College campus, since they requested one back in August. ...
BIG news! Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez announced that there WILL be an early voting location on Florida International University campus! That means early voting locations are now official for FSU, UF, UCF, USF, FAU, UNF, Edward Waters College, and now FIU. Read our full release here. #LetStudentsVote ...
In response to Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez announcing that the county will be offering early voting on Florida International University campus, LWV of Florida President Patricia Brigham offered the following statement: In his July 24th opinion, Judge Mark Walker ruled that Florida’s ban...