new Florida laws for primary could make it harder to cast ballots

In the first such federal election under the new legislation,

Floridians will cast their primary votes on Tuesday under new voting restrictions that a court previously claimed were intended "to target Black voters."

Voting rights activists claim that the new regulations make it more difficult to register voters,

seek and submit absentee ballots, and contest votes after they have been cast. 

Supporters contend that the additional regulations are necessary to stop voting fraud.

The primary will not only serve as a preview of the 2024 presidential election

but it will also test theories on who should be able to vote and how readily in one of the nation's most crucial electoral states.

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