What you might not know about Florida’s state lottery: The state has about 1,100 lottery winners and more than $2.7 billion in cash prizes won over the years.
The state is the only one of 10 U.S. states that doesn’t allow non-citizens to vote in state elections.
The winner of the state’s lottery, Clayton State University, will be among those to win the state title on March 3.
The winning team, Florida Lottery, is expected to be the largest in the state.
Florida is one of just three states in the country with no lottery at all.
The other two are Maine and Nebraska.
Florida Lotteries first state lottery was created in 1884 and runs from March 1 to April 30.
It’s operated by the Florida State Lottery and the Florida Lotters Association.
The lottery has won two state titles and two regional titles since then.
It also has three state regional titles and a regional national title in the past.
The winners of state titles have been among the most prolific prize winners in the lottery’s history, with more than 100 winners, according to the Florida Statutes.
There were 12 state titles won in 2014 and two state regional and national titles won last year.
The national prize for winners is $1.4 million.
The top prize is $500,000, which is distributed among three state winner and three regional winner winners.
Florida’s largest prize is the $50,000 state regional title.
The Florida Lotting Association and the state winnings committee will announce the winner of each state lottery winner’s state title at a public event in March.