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  • League of Women Voters leader presses to implement redistricting reform

     
    Pamela Goodman, former presidnet of the League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County, is pushing back against a move by Gov. Rick Scott's administration to slow implementation of the redistricting reform passed last year by Florida Voters. The amendment,...
  • Democrats are desperate for political candidates with pizazz

    Democrats are desperate for political candidates with pizazz
    Democrats convened in South Florida last weekend, downright giddy about their prospects for next year. With Rick Scott less popular than a hangnail, they're convinced 2012 will be a banner year. But here's the thing: You can't beat someone with no one....

    LWV joins Dems in asking for early-vote extension

     
    The League of Women Voters is joining the chorus of otherwise-Democratic voices asking Gov. Rick Scott to extend early voting hours through Sunday. Like Florida Democratic Party chair Rod Smith and former state Sen. Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach, league...

    RPOF to groups asking for more voting hours: You are sore losers

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A procession of Democratic and left-affiliated groups today have publicly called on Gov. Rick Scott to extend voting hours in the wake of long lines reported around the state. The alignment bears a striking resemblance to the fault-...

    Florida redistricting plans bound for legal fight

     
    TALLAHASSEE – After more than two years of bickering over reforms meant to curb political abuses, the Florida Senate Tuesday plans to debate maps for congressional and legislative districts that preserve Republican majorities and, its authors say,...