Desinformation - Latino - Voters
Elections Subcommittee Asks Key Agencies What They Are Doing to Protect Latino Voters From Disinformation

A group of Democrats, including Rep. Darren Soto, is concerned about the impact of disinformation on Hispanic communities.

Val Demings to Boricuas: ‘We Can Do Better Than Marco Rubio’

As she prepares to face off against the Republican senator in November, the Congress member launches Todos Con Demings, the campaign’s bilingual Latino outreach effort.

Image via AP/Phil Sears
Florida Dems: DeSantis’ Redistricting Maps ‘Shameful,’ ‘an Attack on Democracy’

The governor's map does not increase the number of Hispanic access seats and eliminates seats held by Black lawmakers. This determines where your tax dollars go and can affect every part of your life.

Jackie Espinosa: ‘Boricuas in Florida Need to Recognize the Immense Power of Our Voice’

Jackie Espinosa, who is running for a seat in the Osceola County Commission, believes Puerto Ricans can see huge changes in their communities if they vote, but in the right way.

“Floridians do not want dark money undermining their elections," says state Sen. Annette Taddeo.
Florida Democrats Demand Cuentas Claras. Where Is the Money Coming From?

Bills put forward by Senator Annette Taddeo and Representative Joy Goff-Marcil seek to increase accountability by closing loopholes that allow untraceable money into state elections.

Voting - Elections - Text Message
Florida Puts a Stop to Anonymous Political Text Messages

The Florida Election Commission's new rules seek to improve transparency for voters and tackle the spread of misinformation.

Las elecciones de medio término pueden ser más importantes de lo que crees

En el 2022 se hará una consulta de algunas de las sillas más influyentes a nivel estatal y federal. En Florida se escogerá nuevamente al gobernador y otros puestos importantes.