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Gov. DeSantis signs order to expand early and mail-in voting in areas affected by Hurricane Ian

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The bridge leading from Fort Myers to Pine Island, Fla., is seen heavily damaged in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian on Pine Island, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. Due to the damage, the island can only be reached by boat or air. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

(TALLAHASSEE, FLA) — Hurricane Ian’s destruction disrupted lives, cut off electricity and destroyed most of Lee County, and now it is affected the Midterm Elections on Nov. 8th.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed an executive order expanding early voting and voting by mail in counties hardest hit by Hurricane Ian.
The executive order issued Thursday applies to Charlotte, Lee, and Sarasota counties.
It extends the early voting period from as early as October 24th through Election Day and increases the number of early voting locations.
Additionally, we will carry the the gubernatorial debate between Governor Ron DeSantis and Congressman Charlie Crist live on October 24th.
The public has been barred from attending the debate.