The latest news on this front comes from Washington Post‘s Mike Schneider:
Advocates who successfully campaigned for a referendum restoring voting rights to Florida’s felons have launched a fund to help pay outstanding fees and fines that could prevent former convicts from voting.
Leaders of a voting rights group, the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, said at a news conference Tuesday that it hopes to raise $3 million through fundraising.
An estimated 1.4 million felons were given the chance to vote after a ballot measure, Amendment 4, passed last November. Of that number, about half a million have unpaid fees or fines that could prevent them from registering under legislation signed into law last week by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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