White Supremacy on the rise with Ron DeSantis — No Delay in Rights Restoration

Robin Harris, Co-Chair, Green Party of Florida.

With the seat of Governor Rick Scott still reeking of his stench, Governor-elect Ron DeSantis is making ready to add his own white supremacist aroma.  Since the passage of Amendment 4 — the Voting Rights Restoration for Felons Initiative — with more than 64% of the vote, DeSantis has been beating the drums for the Florida State Legislature to delay it taking effect on January 8, 2019 by adding “implementation language.”  Florida Republicans are conniving to find ways to gut its impact for the over 1.5 million ex-felons (10% of Florida’s adult population, and 21% of potential Black voters) who on that date will be eligible to register to vote.

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Green Party of Fla. Supports Tim Canova suit over 2018 Election for Florida CD 23

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

On December 5, Tim Canova, who had run for Congress as an NPA, filed suit against the Election Canvassing Commission and incumbent Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, the disgraced former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman, in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District.

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Green Party of Fla. supports Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Movement in face of recent attacks.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

As the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement (BDS) continues to grow, so have the illegal attacks against it from the Israeli government and U.S. state legislatures.

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“Nothing to see here, people — just move along!”

PARIS, FRANCE, December 8, 2018 — As the December 8 Washington Post calmly explains:

“The movement — whose name is taken from the trademark high-visibility yellow vests that protesters wear — has since come to represent a deeply rooted social anger that has more to do with the personality of Macron than it does with any particular policy.

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