All registered voters can request a no-excuse vote-by-mail ballot and vote from home, or you can vote early in person to avoid lines on Election Day.
Florida’s gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races are in a statistical dead heat, according to an exclusive AARP survey of likely Florida voters.
A controversial new state voting law will get its test run next month as more than 50 municipalities across Florida hold local elections under new rules that limit absentee-ballot drop boxes, require more identification to vote by mail and restrict who can drop off ballots.
Poll: Nearly Half of Florida Voters Haven’t Heard Enough from Presidential Candidates on Key Issues of Social Security and Medicare
46 percent of those surveyed said they hadn’t heard enough from candidates about their plans for the future of Social Security, and 47.6 percent said they hadn’t heard enough about candidates’ plans for the future of Medicare
AARP Florida hosted Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee for a conversation on voting safely in this election season.
Almost all are worried the country is becoming more divided
AARP Florida Poll: Biden Narrowly Leads Trump, But Voters Age 50-Plus Are Key to Florida Victory on Nov. 3
Today AARP Florida released a new survey of likely Florida voters showing that that former Vice President Joe Biden narrowly leads President Trump by 2 percent in the Sunshine State, within the margin of error of the poll.
Fewer Floridians plan to vote by mail than in July; but trust in elections remains high
Tallahassee, Fla. – AARP’s Florida state director, Jeff Johnson, issued the following statement today urging Florida lawmakers to push ahead with Gov. Ron DeSantis’s vision of lowering the cost of prescription drugs, citing a powerful positive reaction to the initiative from AARP members.
AARP Florida: Big Drug Companies Want To Make Drugs Overseas At Lower Cost; They Just Don’t Want You to Save Too
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – AARP Florida State Director Jeff Johnson issued the following statement today, responding to a report issued by a group lobbying to stop lower prescription drug costs for Floridians:
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