A voluminous bill tightening Florida’s election strictures and easing campaign finance reporting requirements is headed to its first committee hearing — at the panel that filed a shell version of the measure last week.
Contrary to what was expected, the bill does not concern Florida’s resign-to-run law.
The sweeping, 98-page proposal (SPB 7050) takes aim at many of the state’s current rules for candidates, voters and the government entities tasked with regulating them.
Senate President Kathleen Passidomo credited the bill to Zephyrhills Republican Sen. Danny Burgess, who chairs the Senate Ethics and Elections Committee, where it will be up for consideration
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