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All Voting is Local Florida is leveraging relationships with local and state elections officials to reduce the harm of the state’s new restrictive voting law. We are expanding voting access for eligible voters in jail and removing language access barriers for people with limited English proficiency.

News from Florida

Gov. DeSantis Takes Further Steps to Fuel Distrust in Florida Elections Process

All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell issued the following statement in response to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ announcement Wednesday that he intends to establish a statewide office to investigate supposed election crimes:

Florida’s Seminole County Must Address Concerns with Spanish-Language Voting Materials

TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida is calling on Seminole County election officials to offer voting materials in Spanish. In a letter to Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Chris Anderson, All Voting is Local Florida Campaign Manager Ricardo Negron-Almodovar requested a list of issues be fixed so Spanish-dominant voters have access to all electoral information, as guaranteed by Section 203 of the Voting Rights Act.

Florida’s Voter Registration Website Still Needs Major Improvements

TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida is calling on Florida’s Secretary of State Laurel Lee to fix persistent problems with the state’s online voter registration system. In a letter sent Wednesday, All Voting is Local Florida State Director Brad Ashwell calls for transparent capacity testing and a plan to extend the registration deadline if the site breaks down again, among other needed improvements.

Featured Work

In Florida, All Voting is Local led the charge to hold local and state elections officials accountable. We were at the forefront in calling attention to the state’s dysfunctional online voter registration portal, which had a suspicious history of crashing just before and on registration deadlines. When the site faltered on the registration deadline for the 2020 general election, we successfully demanded Gov. Ron DeSantis and Secretary of State Laurel M. Lee extend the deadline, resulting in more than 50,000 Floridians registering to vote. In 2021, our continued advocacy paid off when the state legislature acknowledged the problem and enacted law to ensure the website remains online.