Tampa Bay Times

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The Tampa Bay Times, previously named the St. Petersburg Times through 2011, is an American newspaper published in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States.
tampabay.com Oct 05, 2020, Monday
Florida Voter Registration Website Experiences Issues Hours Before Deadline
Some users seeing slow responses and error messages.
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tampabay.com Sep 24, 2020, Thursday
Florida Republicans Ask For Investigation Into Bloomberg Felon Voter Fundraising
The referral sets up what could be a dramatic legal fight over a crucial issue in Florida.
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tampabay.com Sep 22, 2020, Tuesday
Bloomberg Raises Millions To Help Florida Felons Vote
The New York billionaire has also pledged $100 million to help Biden defeat Trump in Florida
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tampabay.com Aug 01, 2020, Saturday
Bail In Twitter Hack: $725,000. Tampa Teen’s Assets: $3 Million In Bitcoin
Graham Ivan Clark, 17, is accused of hacking prominent Twitter accounts. Prosecutors and the defense argued over whether the teen's considerable assets were legally obtained.
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tampabay.com Jul 31, 2020, Friday
Tampa Teen Arrested In Hack Of Twitter Accounts Of Obama, Bill Gates, Kanye West And Others
The hack included the official Twitter accounts of Bill Gates, Barack Obama and Elon Musk on July 15.
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tampabay.com Jul 30, 2020, Thursday
Why Donald Trump Fears Nonviolence | Column
A historian of authoritarian movements who once lived and taught in Portland is deeply troubled by the violence of federal forces there.
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tampabay.com Jul 01, 2020, Wednesday
Appeals Court Stops Judge’s Order Granting Florida Felons Right To Vote
The decision is a setback for the hundreds of thousands of felons allowed to vote under a judge's ruling in May.
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tampabay.com May 24, 2020, Sunday
Federal Judge: Florida Can’t Stop Poor Felons From Voting
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle ruled against a Florida law limiting the scope of Amendment 4, a 2018 ballot measure allowing most felons to vote. He called the law, which he mostly struck down, a “pay-to-vote system”
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