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Some counties’ election policies have changed in the wake of Hurricane Ian, and all Florida voters still have the option to vote in by mail, early, or on Election Day.
We successfully advocated for an early voting site in Orange County’s Lake Nona community in 2022, giving voters more options to vote during the primary and midterm elections.
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Florida Must Allow More Time for Voters to Fix Any Issues With Ballots Due to Incoming Tropical Storm Nicole
November 8, 2022 TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida, Campaign Legal Center, and other state, local, and national organizations, sent a letter Tuesday to Gov. Ron DeSantis and Secretary of State Cord Byrd to extend the deadline for voters to fix any issues with mail-in or provisional ballots as Subtropical Storm Nicole approaches the […]
October 20, 2022 KISSIMMEE, Fla. — All Voting is Local Florida and its partners sent a letter Thursday to Kissimmee Chief of Police Jeffrey O’Dell to inform him that officers should stay out of no-electioneering zones at polling locations during the election season. Early voting begins in Osceola County on Oct. 24. Continuous Kissimmee police […]
October 13, 2022 TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell released the following statement in response to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive order that partially extends ballot access to voters in certain counties affected by Hurricane Ian: “Hurricane Ian has devastated the lives of many Floridians, uprooting tens of thousands from their […]