This article by Jade ford is published by Campaignlegal:
After a record 4.9 million Floridians voted by mail in 2020, some Florida legislators are moving to restrict access to that option. Their proposals, backed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, seek to limit vote-by-mail on a number of fronts, including by purging vote-by-mail registration rolls before the 2022 elections, limiting who can drop off mail-in ballots, and potentially eliminating all ballot dropboxes.
The primary bill introduced thus far, Senate Bill 90, would erase all names on the current vote-by-mail registration list and force voters to reapply every election cycle. Under current Florida election law, requests for vote-by-mail ballots last for two general election cycles, unless the voter opts out.
Changing the law to require voters to reapply every election cycle instead would make it significantly more difficult for Floridians to vote by mail.
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