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Florida Fair Elections is a coalition of conservative leaders, organizations, public officials, and volunteer citizens dedicated to securing the legality of every American vote.

The Florida Fair Elections (FFE) Coalition consists of Florida citizens and grassroots groups whose shared goal is to restore trust in our elections and ensure that all eligible voters, regardless of political affiliation, have an easy and secure means to vote and that voter fraud is eliminated. We invite you to join us as a member of our coalition and attend an upcoming election integrity workshop.  

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Join Your County's Election Integrity Taskforce to Secure The Vote In Florida

An Election Integrity Taskforce In Every County In Florida

Every County Taskforce will have 8 focus teams that help protect the vote and the voters. 

  • Election Office Team One: Focus is Presence, People, and Personal Relationships with those who work in the Election Office.
  • Election Office Team Two: Focus is on understanding the bu

Article on Florida News Report, on June 18, 2022

This is the opportunity for Republican voters to send a clear message to the Republican Establishment - "Conservative Republicans are not going away".... but will we take it?

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For some reason, Republican voter turnout rate has been 30% or less in the August Republican Party Primary elections.  If you are like us, concerned about the direction of the Republican Party, then no other election date is as important as August 23rd to decide between the two types of Republicans you want to represent you and your family. 

The first choice is the  RINO - (Republican in name only) - a candidate who talks the talk, but that’s about it. They are usually well funded by special interest groups - developers, big industry, corporations — and usually win. They get their name out and advertise with all those big donor dollars. However, once in office, we find they don’t vote the way we want - they vote the way their DONORS want. You and me? We’re left in the

Florida News Report, Editorial, June 20, 2022

Florida News Report has been on fire and telling it like it is.. Read their past articles also. 

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REC whistleblowers haven't stopped contacting Florida News Report.

After receiving overwhelming response from Republicans around the state and expressing the difficulty they are finding in joining their county Republican Executive Committee (REC), a pattern that may be emerging. 

Vetting Prospective Republican Members

 

Republicans from multiple counties reported that from within their RECs, the decision to start vetting prospective members was made. Their original understanding was that Republican voters have to be members of the party for one year before they can join their local REC and that is the only criteria. One Charlotte County REC member sent FNR the following statement:  

“This war between the Establishment and the constitutional and limited government grassroots has been going on for decades.  I encouraged about six of the strongest

Article on Gateway Pundit by Jim Hoft on May 20, 2022.

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Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida lawmakers proposed a redistricting map in April for the Sunshine State. The new map gets rid of previous gerrymandered seats and gives Republicans a 20 to 8 advantage in the state.

The new map proposed by Governor DeSantis will give Republicans 4 new seats in the US Congress. The new map includes an extra seat awarded to Florida this year due to its population growth.

Democrats caught a break earlier this month when a judge who reviewed the maps declared the changes in the northern part of the state to be unconstitutional.

But on Friday a Florida appeals court reinstated Governor DeSantis’s map that was signed into law last month. This allows the new districts to take effect for now.

CNN reported:

A Florida appeals court has reinstated the congressional map Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law last month, allowing the controversial new district boundaries to take effect for now.

In an order issued