Florida election officials want to shield poll workers from harassment, make them exempt from public records requests

In a little more than five months, voters will be heading to the polls for the presidential primary in Florida.

The controversy surrounding the past presidential election has many on edge about what will happen this election season. Now, there are measures underway statewide to protect poll workers and keep their personal information out of public view so they don’t come under attack from angry voters.

Across the country, during the 2020 presidential election, election workers came under fire and were even threatened by upset voters questioning the voting process after former President Donald Trump promoted false claims questioning the results.

Violet Hall

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