The right to vote is the most precious treasure of a free society.

Every person legally entitled to vote in the state of Florida should be able to register without unreasonable difficulty and to cast his or her vote with confidence that it will be properly counted. But the value of every legal vote is diluted and diminished by every illegal vote cast by felons, non-citizens, dead people, imposters, identity thieves, and people voting more than once.

Floridians for a Sensible Voting Rights Policy, Inc., is a not for profit Florida corporation dedicated to ensuring that Florida maintains a sensible voting rights policy based on:

  • enacting reasonable but robust voter registration laws,
  • preserving the integrity of every legal vote cast,
  • preventing voting fraud of every type and prosecuting voting crimes when they occur, and
  • honoring the constitutional ban on felon voting while restoring the right to vote to convicted felons who complete their sentences only after a thorough, case by case review

Latest News

This is what state sanctioned, institutional voter fraud looks like . . .

According to Judicial Watch, 11 counties in California had substantially more registered voters than residents of legal voting age at the time of the 2016 election. In San Diego County, registered voters were 138% of the voting age residents. In Los Angeles County, election officials say the difference may be as much as 144%. Judicial...
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A not very slippery slope . . .

The Detroit News reports that half of that city’s eight declared mayoral candidates are convicted felons. According to the news account, “Three were charged with gun crimes and two for assault with intent to commit murder.” That fact alone is remarkable, but what’s more telling for Floridians the utterly blasé response of people in Detroit....
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One quarter to one third of released felons will be back in prison within 3 years . . .

The proposed felon voting rights restoration amendment would immediately and automatically restore voting rights to convicted felons upon completion of their sentences. But we know from the data maintained by the Florida Department of Corrections that the recidivism rate in Florida is approximately 25% to 33%. That is, one quarter to one third of felons...
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