There have already been a number of bills filed by Democratic state lawmakers to change parts of Florida's controversial voting law during the upcoming Legislative session, which starts March 5.
Most of the bills, so far, focus on early voting rules that were changed in 2011 -- when the Republican-controlled Legislature overhauled the state's voting law.
Former Gov. Charlie Crist is standing with state Democrats in favor of a bill to fix election problems that embarrassed the state last week.
State Rep. Darryl Rouson of St. Petersburg is the House sponsor of the bill, which would restore early voting to 14 days and allow non-government buildings to be used as early voting site.
Crist's name continues to surface as a possible Democratic challenger to Gov. Rick Scott in 2016. He has left the Republican Party and remains an independent who likes to call himself "Citizen Crist."