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Registering for Democracy: Why Your Vote Matters

September 20 is National Voter Registration Day. In an op-ed, Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez, the president and executive director of NextGen America, highlights the growing importance of young voters.

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‘We Have to Actually Start Doing Something!’ Says Democratic Candidate Raquel Pacheco

With Florida facing inflation and a housing crisis, the state Senate hopeful names the first three things she'll do to help struggling Floridians if she wins her seat in November.

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A Group of Democrats Demand Florida Sen. Jason Brodeur’s Resignation

Joy Goff-Marcil, Democratic state Senate candidate for District 10, and Rep. Carlos G. Smith are among the Democrats asking why DeSantis’ electoral police are not investigating the case.

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A.J. D’Amico: ‘A Lot of This Isn’t Really Political. It’s Trying to Make Life Better.’

Citing the "tremendous mismanagement" of its government, this young millennial is working to address the economic collapse, rising inequality and growing climate change affecting Floridians now.

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Crist-DeSantis, Rubio-Demings Running Neck and Neck in Races for Governor and US Senate

Two of Florida's most contested races are very close, according to a new survey conducted by a bipartisan polling team.

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Florida Democrat Maxwell Alejandro Frost Poised to Be 1st Gen Z Member of Congress

"Don’t count us out just because we’re young," says Frost, who campaigned on gun control and Medicare for all and has been a passionate activist for voting and abortion rights.

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It’s Down to the Wire: Here’s a Rundown of Tuesday’s Top Florida Races

The primary elections this Tuesday will decide who runs against Republicans Gov. Ron DeSantis and Sen. Marco Rubio, among other important posts.