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Florida Court Shirks Responsibility to Halt Unfair Voting Map

“This decision blatantly ignores the will of Florida voters who—more than a decade ago—demanded Fair Districts that protect representation for communities of color."

50 State Report: Florida Earns “F” for 2020 Redistricting from Common Cause

“It’s no surprise that Florida received an F for its 2020 redistricting process when some voting districts were approved without a single public hearing,” said Amy Keith, Common Cause Florida program director.

Summary Judgement Denied - Common Cause Challenge to Discriminatory Florida Congressional Map Moves Forward

Today, a federal court denied the state of Florida’s motion for partial summary judgement in a challenge to the state’s racially discriminatory congressional voting map. The ruling by the three-judge panel in Common Cause Florida v. Byrd leaves the case on track to go to trial on September 26th in Tallahassee.

Voting & Elections 09.6.2022

Florida’s Congressional Delegation Scores Poorly on Common Cause’s 2022 Democracy Scorecard

Common Cause releases 2022 “Democracy Scorecard” showing growing support in Congress for democracy reform

Federal Court Allows Common Cause Florida, FairDistrict NOW and Florida NAACP to Challenge the DeSantis Congressional Map Based on Intentional Racial Discrimination

A federal court ruled voting rights advocates could add intentional racial discrimination claims to their lawsuit challenging Florida’s Congressional redistricting plan.

Background Briefing – Florida Congressional Districts Federal Litigation

Back in March when it looked like the Governor and the Legislature were unlikely to agree on a congressional map, FairDistricts Now and Common Cause filed a case in federal court (Tallahassee) asking the court to adopt a map if the legislature and the governor could not agree.

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