The Florida Department of Health is reporting 213 new COVID-19 fatalities in the state.
Also, on today’s Sunrise:
— Early voting is underway in most of Florida — but not everywhere. Voting rights advocates say that’s a problem and they’re asking the Gov. Ron DeSantis to make it easier for people to vote early during the November election.
— The COVID-19 crisis is hitting veterans hard, and Florida is No. 3 in the nation for the number of residents who are vets. Sunrise looks into the problem with the woman who quite literally wrote the book on health care for vets.
— The Public Service Commission nominating council has selected four finalists for a seat on the Public Service Commission. Three of them are state lawmakers, the 4th is already on the PSC and wants another four-year term.
— Checking-in with a Florida Man who hit the wrong car after running a red light in Seffner.