Senate Republicans are pushing ahead with tough new election security measures despite withering attacks from voter rights advocates and county election supervisors who say the changes will confuse Floridians and keep many from casting ballots. Among the measures: A scaled-back version of an Election Crimes and Security office sought by Gov. Ron DeSantis, who had envisioned a powerful, 52-person, almost $6 million agency ready to investigate possible voter fraud and other wrongdoing. John Kennedy, Tallahassee Democrat.
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