Not long after the District of Columbia’s Board of Elections unanimously determined that the subject matter of a ranked choice voting and open primaries initiative was appropriate for the 2024 ballot, Democrats filed a lawsuit to prevent voters from weighing in on the matter.

Hundreds of Floridians from across the political spectrum have united to raise awareness and combat a fraud perpetuated on state voters that has kept millions of people from having an equal and meaningful say in elections.

Florida is a closed primary state, meaning only registered party members can participate in taxpayer-funded primary elections. However, in 1998, Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment with 64% of the vote that requires primary elections to be opened to all voters in the event that only candidates from a single party run for an elected position.