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When Congress approved giving $380 million to states to bolster the security of their elections, state officials were caught off guard but extremely grateful. Elections are notoriously underfunded and haven't seen a windfall like this from the federal government in more than a decade.

But getting that money out to all the states, and then into the hands of localities that run the elections, with enough time to have a meaningful effect on the 2018 midterm elections is a difficult proposition.

Over 4,000 Pasco County voters will be receiving potentially misleading voter registration forms.

It's a warning that comes from the county Supervisor of Elections, Brian Corley.

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The Florida Constitution Revision Commission is heading to the finish line, with a dozen ballot proposals up for final votes this week.

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Florida’s nearshore waters would be off limits to future oil and gas drilling under a measure that moved closer Tuesday to appearing before voters in November. 

Florida will start sharing voter information to make sure people aren't registered in other states.

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Former felons could have their Florida voting rights restored under a proposed constitutional amendment headed to voters in November, a measure that could have a significant impact on a state known for historically close elections.

Florida Legislature sends 3 tax proposals to voters

Mar 10, 2016

Florida voters will be asked to vote on three constitutional amendments dealing with taxes.

The Florida Legislature on Wednesday approved three amendments for the ballot.

One of the amendments (HJR 1009) would grant a property tax break to any first responders who were disabled in the line of duty.

When Florida voters go to vote on March 15, the state's voting machines may once again be in the spotlight.

Back in 2000, the nation's most spectacular elections meltdown took place in Florida thanks to the infamous paper butterfly ballots, ancient voting machines and poorly trained poll workers. The ensuing chaos led to a massive recount, a Supreme Court battle and a narrow victory for George W. Bush.