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Editor’s note: This post was originally published on Feb. 20, 2020.

The Florida state legislative session is an action-packed 60 days. With the demands of daily life, it can be challenging to keep up with the issues you value and the legislators who represent you. Fortunately, both the Florida House of Representatives and Florida Senate have online tools that can make it easier for you to stay informed.  

The official websites for both legislative bodies have tracking tools that allow you to make an account and select the bills, legislators, committees, and more that you’d like to follow. You can keep up with these activities using the web-based online trackers, but you can also elect to receive email updates on the items you track.  

Screenshot of Florida Senate Legislative Tracker Interface
Example of a personalized Florida Senate Tracker

To sign up for the tracking services, you will need web access and a valid email address. Importantly, if you are interested in tracking both House and Senate legislation you will need to make a separate account for each legislative body.

Interested in giving legislative tracking a shot? Here are some more details about each legislative body’s tracking system:

Florida House of Representatives

Seal of the Florida House of Representatives

Website Home

Sign up for House Legislative Tracking

Legislative Tracking User Guide

 

Florida Senate

Florida Senate Seal

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Sign up for Senate Legislative Tracking

Senate Tracking Help