Updates

Democracy Now: “We Will Never Concede to Bigotry”: Florida Organizers Sound the Alarm over Voting Discrepancies

NewFM's Andrea Mercado appeared on Democracy Now! to discuss Amendment 4, the recount, and the group's plans going forward.

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Rewire.News: Recounts Triggered for Florida Gubernatorial and Senate Races

Rewire.News's piece covering the recounts included NewFM's efforts to ensure a fair process.

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CBS: Florida Restores Voting Rights To 1.4 Million Citizens

CBS's coverage of Amendment 4 heavily featured a NewFM press conference and quotes from multiple NewFM staff.

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#WeDoNotConcede to Hate: Momentum Set Off in the Midterms Will Continue Until We Have a Florida for All

The people of color and progressive coalition that came together in this election have felt our power and seen our possibility, and we won’t stop until we have a state that works for all of us.

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Get Out the Vote With Us!

Help us mobilize Floridians to turn out for the 2018 midterm elections.

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Coral Springs Officers Caught On Tape Beating Teen Should Be Fired

“There is no context where the officers’ reprehensible conduct is appropriate."

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Here’s Where to Bring Hurricane Michael Relief Donations This Weekend

New Florida Majority volunteers and staff continue to work to help communities recover from Hurricane Michael. Check out these resources to pitch in.

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NewFM Joins Lawsuit Seeking to Extend Voter Registration

Hurricane Michael could prevent countless voters from registering to vote. This is a fundamental right and we must ensure that all Floridians can participate.

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NewFM Endorses Sean Shaw for Florida Attorney General and Emma Collum in HD 93

The AG's office serves as the state's defense in protecting the rights of everyday Floridians. In Sean Shaw, we have someone who will take that seriously.

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NewFM Readies General Election Push

With previous elections lost by 1% or 66,000 votes, victory will be determined by the new and ignored voters who cast their ballots this year.

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