U.S. District Judge Mark Walker on Tuesday ruled that the Scott administration’s 2014 banning of early voting at colleges and universities violated the U.S. Constitution: trying to end early voting at campus buildings “reveals a stark pattern of discrimination” in Scott administration.
From Huffington Post’s Sam Levine, 04/04/2018: Rick Scott announced Wednesday that he will appeal a federal judge’s order forcing the state to come up with a […]
By Mary Ellen Klas of the St. Pete Times/Miami Herald, 08/15/2016: Restrictions on felons voting is one of the two ways Florida legally disenfranchises voters. […]
By the AP’s Gary Fineout, 08/10/2016: TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday refused to say if he disagrees with Republican presidential […]
From WFTV 9: Florida Gov. Rick Scott declined to extend the hours of polling locations in 52 Orange County precincts affected by ballot shortages in the […]
From the Tampa Bay Times, 11/25/2013: Gov. Rick Scott’s chief elections official issued an order Monday that imposes new restrictions on how and where voters […]
From the Tampa Bay Times, 04/03/2013: Gov. Rick Scott’s poll numbers remain stubbornly low, but by another measure he looks much stronger: raising money for […]
From Rolling Stone, 05/30/2012: The latest purge comes on the heels of a trio of new voting restrictions passed by Florida Republicans last year, disenfranchising 100,000 […]