Early voting in Florida has begun, and science is on the ballot. Much of Florida could soon be under 4 feet of water, potentially forcing 2 million people from their homes by 2100. Climate change has made hurricanes in the region stronger — in fact, they could double in frequency by the end of the century. 'Look everybody, we've gotta vote,' says Bill Nye. Floridians can get their absentee or mail-in ballots by October 24 and send it in by November 3. This video "Bill Nye Wants Florida to Vote for Science", first appeared on https://nowthisnews.com/.