Republican state senators moved forward with a slate of election reforms on Friday that includes creating a first-of-its-kind elections security office under the control of the governor. During a nighttime session Friday, the Florida Senate voted 23-15 to send the bill to the House, where it’s expected to be voted on and sent to the governor next week. Democrats briefly debated against the legislation, while a lone Republican senator pointed to a number of individual cases of fraud — most of them allegedly committed by Republicans or GOP operatives — since the 2020 election. Lawrence Mower, The Miami Herald.
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