Officials in two Florida counties are investigating claims of voter intimidation through unsolicited emails.
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In Alachua and Brevard counties, elections officials and law enforcement agencies say suspicious emails are making the rounds, allegedly telling people for whom to vote in a threatening tone.
The Osceola County Sheriff's Office is cracking down on house parties, with deputies arresting 15 people over the weekend.
School districts across Florida have had a roller coaster year while dealing with the pandemic. First students dealt with the challenges of remote learning but then pivoted to bring some students back into the classroom.
We talk to teachers and parents on our panel of voters to hear how issues of education during the pandemic are impacting their politics.
Sending kids back to school can be tough during a pandemic. Parents are struggling to make the right choice for their children while keeping them safe.
Election Day is just two weeks away. Authorities in Brevard County are investigating a report that a woman was attacked while out canvassing.
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Floridians set records with early voting on Monday just as the latest polling shows Donald Trump and Joe Biden neck and neck in the Sunshine State.
The sender claims to have personal information and directs the receiver how to vote or there will be consequences.
More than 3 million of Florida’s 14.4 million voters have already participated in the election.
A uniformed police officer in Miami is under investigation after he was photographed wearing a pro-Trump mask at an early voting site.
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This is a county-wide effort going on for several weeks now.
The candidates are focusing on a key demographic, the Latino vote.
Florida began early voting on Monday and about 350,000 voters cast their ballots. With this, long lines were spotted across the state.
The statewide case total since the start of the pandemic is now at 760,389, resulting in 16,308 deaths.
While long lines were spotted at locations across the Sunshine State, there were no serious problems reported.
After more than two minutes and 40 seconds of questioning, the dispatcher put Kathy on hold for 10 seconds and comes back on the line with even more questions.