Analysis: Do changes in early voting laws affect minorities?

By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog

TAMPA — The number 537 forever will be burned in the minds of Florida legislators.
 
After 35 days of fumbled recounts, disappearing ballots and deliberations by the U.S. Supreme Court, the weight of the 2000 presidential election came down to that tiny fraction of ballots — 537.

With that legacy in mind, Florida lawmakers have focused their attention on election reforms, seeking to avoid the confusion and chaos of the most contested election in more than a century.

Read more: StatehouseNewsOnline

Yaël Ossowski is an international consumer activist and writer. His writings and interviews have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and online outlets across the world in multiple languages. He is founder and editor of Devolution Review, deputy director at the Consumer Choice Center, and senior development officer for Students For Liberty. He was previously a national investigative reporter at Watchdog.org. He has a Master’s Degree in Philosophy, Politics, Economics (PPE) from the CEVRO Institute in Prague and a Bachelor's in Political Science from Concordia University, Montreal. He currently splits his time between Vienna, Austria and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Website https://yael.ca
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