With a vote-by-mail ballot, you’ll be able to vote on election day
if coronavirus makes in-person voting unwise or even impossible
Florida’s presidential preference primaries and some of its local elections took place on March 17, relatively early in the life of the coronavirus pandemic in Florida. Still, it was a major factor in the low voter turnout, both locally and statewide.
In this article, I’ll explain why you as a Florida voter should, and how you can, request vote-by-mail ballots today for the August and November 2020 elections — even if you have no intention of using them.
(While I am, of course, aware of the political debate taking place nationally about whether states that don’t currently offer vote-by-mail should do so, I will not be discussing it here since Florida already allows it.)
Continue reading here: https://www.sparkers-soapbox.com/2020/04/vote-by-mail-coronavirus.html