Facing the reality of an ever-diversifying electorate, and their own party's failure to broaden its horizons, some Republican lawmakers have resorted to implementing tricks and roadblocks in the voting process.
Citizens interested in maintaining the legitimacy of the 1965 Voting Rights Act must continue to keep the pressure on Florida Governor Rick Scott. Let's not let the electoral reenactment of the Pacquiao-Bradley fight take place in the Sunshine State.
As the nation continues to diversify, and the GOP continues to fail to appeal to racial minorities and young people, they have resorted to their next best option: calculated efforts to block the vote. It's our job to ensure that they don't succeed.
While the Cuban-American vote has been solidly Republican, many observers of Florida politics believe that this portion of the electorate is shifting left. This shift has the potential to be a game changer for the Democratic Party.