Pinellas County is ‘all in’ when comes it voting by mail during a pandemic, and Julie Marcus, the newly appointed supervisor of elections said they are going to foot the bill to make it happen.
Florida is hoping to swoop in as a host of conventions for both major parties as the novel coronavirus derails plans for the Democrats in Wisconsin and the Republicans in North Carolina.
The state of Florida is being sued over its vote-by-mail rules, as the fight for one of the nation's biggest battleground states in November's presidential election takes shape.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was scheduled to make a campaign stop in Tampa Thursday, March 12, but canceled the appearance due to "the coronavirus public health emergency."
Officials confirmed Tuesday afternoon that there will be no live debate audience during the Democratic presidential debate in Phoenix on March 15.
Concerns over the spread of novel coronavirus COVID-19 have some people questioning whether to make an in-person visit to the polls for Florida's primary elections. Monday was the first day of early voting for several Florida counties, including Hillsborough and Polk.
Super Tuesday falls on March 3 this time around and nearly 70% of delegates required to clinch the Democratic nomination are up for grabs.
A professor at the University of South Florida gave us a look at how the body reacts to the big moments in presidential debates.
The prank group known as P.U.T.I.N. (Pigeons United To Interfere Now) released footage of the pigeons in the MAGA hats on Feb. 18.
A group of 31 citizens returning to the general population got some help Friday in their quest to restore their voting rights.
Florida leaders, at the local and state levels, joined federal officials Friday to announce they are working together to protect the state's election systems from foreign interference.
If the FBI discovers that foreign hackers have infiltrated the networks of your county election office, you may not find out about it until after voting is over. And your governor and other state officials may be kept in the dark, too.
The Mueller report confirms the FBI believes Russia launched a successful cyberattack on voting data in part of Florida. This was a warning from former Senator Bill Nelson that the campaign committee for his rival Rick Scott mocked as Scott challenged and defeated Nelson.
Florida’s senior senator had some alarming words Wednesday: The Russians have hacked into the state's voting records and have the power to change them.