Rep. Davis, Florida Advocates Plead For Duval Elections Chief to Prioritize Voter Accessibility and Health
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida Representative Tracie Davis (District 13) and voting rights advocates from All Voting is Local, New Florida Majority, ACLU of Florida, and League of Women Voters Jacksonville First Coast in a telephone press briefing urged Duval Supervisor of Elections Mike Hogan to make voting safer and more accessible ahead of the November 3 general election.
Advisory: Rep. Davis Joins Florida Advocates In Plea For Duval Elections Chief to Prioritize Voter Accessibility and Health
TALLAHASSEE -- On Thursday, August 27, at 10 a.m. EST, Florida Representative Tracie Davis (District-13) and voting rights advocates from All Voting is Local, New Florida Majority, ACLU of Florida, and League of Women Voters Jacksonville First Coast will hold a press briefing to urge Duval Supervisor of Elections Mike Hogan to make voting safer and more accessible.
TALLAHASSEE - Leading voting rights experts and advocates from All Voting is Local, League of Women Voters, Poder Latinx, and NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, today hosted a telephone press briefing where they discussed Florida’s election officials’ performance during the primary election and offered policy recommendations to remedy problems that create barriers to the ballot.
TALLAHASSEE — All Voting is Local Florida and leading election experts today called on Florida officials to make vital reforms to expand early voting hours, locations, and access for Floridians.
Media Advisory: All Voting is Local and Voting Rights Advocates Urge Officials to Expand Early Voting Amid COVID-19
On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 10 a.m. EST, All Voting is Local Florida, and leading experts on early voting will host a telephone press briefing to discuss early voting in the age of COVID-19. I
TALLAHASSEE – The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and All Voting is Local, with its joint And Still I Vote℠ campaign, will hold a series of events this week to inform Florida voters of their options amid a pandemic while urging officials to remove barriers to the ballot. The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically shifted how Floridians vote. As of Monday, more than 1.5 million vote by mail ballots were returned in Florida, with slightly more than 2.7 million left outstanding for the August 18 primary election.