This is my personal message to the Florida Senate Rules committee members:
I wrote to all and have received positive replies from several Florida Senators. Here’s what I wrote. If you can, please jump in and give them the benefit of your thoughts. Remember, they work for us!!!
Dear Members of the FL Senate Rules Committee,
I am in full support of SB 90 and urge you to support it as well. It is up to the states like Florida to adhere to the Constitutional 10th Amendment to ensure fair and honest elections. Please do your duty to support this Bill with a recommendation to the full Senate that it should be passed in its entirety.
We should never again go through the fraud that was the 2020 election.
Andrea Shea King, Voter
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
|RLCFL Legislative Alert April 5th, 2021ACT NOW!|
SB 90 – Election Integrity
SB 90 is a step in the right direction for Election Integrity. The bill will Limit the duration of requests for vote-by-mail ballots to all elections through the end of the calendar year of the next regularly scheduled general election. It will require vote-by-mail ballot requests to include additional identifying information regarding the requesting elector.
It will prohibit the display of an absent elector’s party affiliation or other partisan information on the outside of vote-by-mail ballots and return and secrecy envelopes, and it will prohibit the use of drop boxes for the return of vote-by-mail ballots.
This bill will be heard in the Senate Rules Committee on Tuesday April 6th beginning at 9:00 AM. Please email the following Republican Senators and tell them to Vote YES on SB 90.
Just copy and paste these email addresses to the send to line on your email and then write Vote YES on SB 90 on the subject line.
Please provide just a few brief remarks in your own words supporting passage. This will be much more effective than a text provided by us.
Thank you for your support and your participation!
Chairman, Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida
NOTE: This meeting will be live streamed on https://thefloridachannel.org/. Persons who wish to attend must register at www.myfloridahouse.gov, and pick up a pass at the Legislative Welcome Center on the 4th Floor of the Capitol beginning one hour before the start of the meeting.
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