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Winning ballot measures will re-enfranchise voters and end a Jim Crow-era jury law
Voters in the state approved measures to end gerrymandering and dramatically increase access to the ballot.
It would mark a crucial first step toward reducing federal mass incarceration
Not since the 26th Amendment lowered the voting age to 18 has a single change in the law extended the franchise to as many people as Florida did Tuesday
Voters turned out in huge numbers to overcome suppression and gerrymandering, and Florida registered a massive win for democracy. Now, the work of fixing the system must begin.
Live updates throughout the day and evening as we track how democracy fares, with a focus on turnout, voting problems, election security, and pro-voter ballot measures. (All times ET)
A state with a long and troubling voting rights history deserves scrutiny
Voters there are facing a new law
From purges to voter intimidation to machine snafus, voting issues have proliferated this cycle. Here, a Brennan Center roundup.
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