When it comes to election integrity, what happens in Florida won’t stay in Florida
Election integrity is under attack in Florida, and Americans can count on such attacks to intensify and spread to other states as we approach the mid-term elections in November.
In late March, a federal court struck down three commonsense election integrity reforms in the recently passed Florida Senate Bill 90. Included in the judge’s order was a ban prohibiting the state from enacting any law or regulation governing important aspects of Florida elections for the next decade. This legally flawed order should serve as a warning to other states who want to take the initiative to secure their elections: If a law makes it harder to cheat, the Left is going to challenge it.