A bill aimed at fixing problems that plagued Florida’s 2012 elections cleared the Senate on a party-line vote Wednesday.
The legislation (HB 7013), which passed 26-13, would give county supervisors the ability to offer as many as 14 days of early voting, though they could remain at the current eight; would allow for more flexibility in selecting early voting sites; and would limit the first proposed ballot summary of a constitutional amendment proposed by the Legislature to 75 words.
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