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James Moore, 27, of Osceola County, Florida. Photo courtesy of James Moore.
Central Florida News

Transportation, Climate Change And Public Health Are Top Issues For One Florida Voter


James Moore is an Osceola County resident and registered Democrat. He says public transit is one of the biggest local issues that needs to be addressed. Voting for the 2020 election is underway, and all year, we’ve been amplifying the voices of voters across the crucial I-4 Corridor. Over the next several weeks, you will be hearing from voters about the state of our democracy.
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Man putting ballot in a box during elections in front of flag american state of Florida. Image credit: WUSF Public Media / iStockphoto
Central Florida News

Cómo Votar En Florida En 2020


Las elecciones del 2020 son en dos meses, pero las fechas límite para registrarse y para votar son inminentes. Ya sea que usted quiera votar por el presidente de los Estados Unidos o el Distrito local de control de mosquitos (¡Sí, eso existe en Florida!), compartimos con usted algunos puntos básicos que debe conocer.
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Man putting ballot in a box during elections in front of flag american state of Florida. Image credit: WUSF Public Media / iStockphoto
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How To Vote In Florida In 2020


Election Day 2020 is on Nov. 3, but the deadlines to register and vote are looming. Whether you want to cast a ballot for President of the United States or local Mosquito Control District (yes – that’s a thing here in Florida), there are some basics you need to know. 
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