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Florida Supreme Court Rejects Both Parties - Clears Path For Primary Election Overhaul | Independent Voter NewsFlorida Supreme Court Rejects Both Parties - Clears Path For Primary Election Overhaul | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. Florida Supreme Court Rejects Both Parties - Clears Path For Primary Election Overhaul. March 20, 2020. Tallahassee, FL -. In a stunning rebuke of the Repunlican and Democratic parties and Attorney General Ashley Moody, the Florida

Felons may vote while their case against Florida continues, judge decides | Independent Voter NewsFelons may vote while their case against Florida continues, judge decides | Independent Voter News

Up Next. The Fulcrum. Felons may vote while their case against Florida continues, judge decides. April 9, 2020. Originally published on. The Fulcrum. An estimated 1.4 million freed Florida felons may start registering to vote, a federal judge has ruled

OPINION: Join the Fight to Let All Voters Vote in Florida | Independent Voter NewsOPINION: Join the Fight to Let All Voters Vote in Florida | Independent Voter News

increasingly at odds with their own membership, though. 73% of Florida Democrats and Republicans, along with independents now support open primaries. As the All Voters Vote effort progresses, we’re working overtime to bring pressure on Florida’s political

Steve Hough | Independent Voter NewsSteve Hough | Independent Voter News

Steve Hough. Steve Hough is the Co-Chair of Florida Open Primaries, a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting Amendment 3 for nonpartisan primaries in Florida. He is also Director of Florida Fair and Open Primaries.

Will This Critical Battleground State Open Its Presidential Primaries in 2020? | Independent Voter NewsWill This Critical Battleground State Open Its Presidential Primaries in 2020? | Independent Voter News

of the Florida Democratic Party has committed over two million dollars for a voter registration drive, but doesn't support opening Florida’s primaries to the 3.6 million registered independent voters who are currently locked out. What is this story missing

New Ad: Florida Must Stop Denying 3.5 Million Citizens the Right to Vote | Independent Voter NewsNew Ad: Florida Must Stop Denying 3.5 Million Citizens the Right to Vote | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Campaigns. New Ad: Florida Must Stop Denying 3.5 Million Citizens the Right to Vote. July 13, 2020. A group supporting nonpartisan open primaries in Florida recently released a new ad urging voters to vote "Yes" on Amendment 3 in November

Felon Voting Rights Remain on Hold in Florida after SCOTUS Decision | Independent Voter NewsFelon Voting Rights Remain on Hold in Florida after SCOTUS Decision | Independent Voter News

Up Next. The Fulcrum. Felon Voting Rights Remain on Hold in Florida after SCOTUS Decision. July 16, 2020. Editor's Note: This article. originally appeared. on The Fulcrum and has been republished on IVN with permission from the publisher. The Supreme

OPINION: No More Dirty Partisan Tricks in Florida | Independent Voter NewsOPINION: No More Dirty Partisan Tricks in Florida | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Opinion. OPINION: No More Dirty Partisan Tricks in Florida. July 13, 2020. This November, St. John’s County Florida elects a sheriff. It’s an important race as law enforcement culture and training is the subject of local and national debate

Damaging Democracy in Florida: What Are Phantom Candidates? | Independent Voter NewsDamaging Democracy in Florida: What Are Phantom Candidates? | Independent Voter News

Up Next. Open Primaries. Damaging Democracy in Florida: What Are Phantom Candidates? July 13, 2020. The Naples Daily News Editorial Board. penned a piece. earlier this month condemning the widespread practice of “phantom candidacies,” which play an

Orlando Sentinel: Don't Let Party Bosses Rob You of Your Right to Vote | Independent Voter NewsOrlando Sentinel: Don't Let Party Bosses Rob You of Your Right to Vote | Independent Voter News

3, the amendment to open up Florida’s closed primaries.”. Florida currently uses closed primaries which require voters to register with one of the two major parties to participate in taxpayer-funded elections that are almost always the most critical