In the August 23 Primary election, two Florida Democrats are competing for the nomination to challenge Governor Ron DeSantis: Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried and U.S. Rep. (and former Republican Governor) Charlie Crist. Both recently agreed to one-on-one interviews with Fox 13 Political Editor Craig Patrick.
Leaders of the Uhuru movement in St. Petersburg are condemning last week's FBI raid on their properties. They were connected to an ongoing federal investigation related to alleged political collusion with Russia.
Elections officials in Pinellas County are working to re-assure the public that the election system is safe after the FBI indicted a Russian agent who allegedly funneled money from Putin's government to fund local candidates.
A Russian foreign agent was involved in spreading false information and influencing city politics in St. Petersburg, Florida, according to the FBI. Officials did not specify which local political group was involved, but Uhuru leaders later confirmed it was their group referenced in the indictment.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal in the state and that one person cannot drop off another person's ballot.
When voters in Ulster County, New York, head to the polls this November, they’ll likely get this sticker as a reward.
Before trying to cast a ballot in Florida this year, voters should check to see if their polling location has changed.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn was a rising star in the Republican party until he was involved in scandals. Cawthorn claimed he was invited to orgies where people snorted cocaine. He also was caught twice with guns at the airport.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill to create a police force dedicated to pursuing voter fraud and other election crimes in Florida. The new law increases the penalty for ballot harvesting from a misdemeanor to a felony and requires election supervisors to perform voter list maintenance yearly.
Given Vladimir Putin’s antipathy toward the West and his repeated denunciations of Ukraine, officials believe he may see the U.S. backing of Ukraine’s resistance as a direct affront to him, giving him further incentive to target another U.S. election.
After overtaking Democrats last year, Florida Republicans have widened their lead in registered voters.
In a speech to top Republican donors, former Vice President Mike Pence urged the GOP to move on from Trump's 2020 grievances and declared “there is no room in this party for apologists" for Vladimir Putin after Trump praised the Russian leader's maneuvering as “genius" before his brutal invasion of Ukraine.
The proposed laws range from restricting curriculum related to critical race theory, election laws, and security and abortion rights. Many of the laws have been positioned as protections for the rights of parents, the unborn, and democratic processes, but the bills' opponents say the so-called protections may do more harm than good.
The Florida House on Wednesday approved new legislative districts over the objections of Democrats, who anticipate legal challenges about minority representation and how the lines were drawn.
A voting law package was approved Tuesday in a Florida Senate committee that would establish a police unit for election crimes.
About six weeks after President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election, he told his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani to contact the Department of Homeland Security to ask if the department could lawfully seize voting machines in key swing states, according to a report in The New York Times.
The rules change was rejected 52-48, with Manchin and Sinema joining the Republicans in opposition.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Atlanta on Tuesday to discuss the need for federal legislation to protect the right to vote. But some civil rights activists, uninterested in another speech, don’t want to hear it.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Atlanta on Tuesday to discuss the need for federal legislation to protect the right to vote.
Despite glowing reviews for the way Florida runs them, Governor Ron DeSantis is urging state lawmakers to take an extra step to ensure the security of elections. He wants them to create a state office dedicated solely to investigating election crimes.