Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be heading to Tallahassee for a rally next week.
The Senate Leadership Fund put together this "essential photo album" of the 33-year-old Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate. They claim it's only Volume 1. Can't wait to see Volume 2.
SLF, the non-profit, independent 527 political organization, claims to "seek to educate voters and empower citizens to hold lawmakers and office-seekers accountable ..." Nice job on this one.
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will be heading to Florida later this week.
The National Republican Congressional Committee is going after Joe Garcia in a new series of attack ads hitting the web and radio airwaves Wednesday.
U.S. District Court Judge Mark Walker on Monday sided with Democrats who filed an 11th hour lawsuit to extend voter registration in Florida because of Hurricane Matthew. But it was only a temporary victory: Registration was due to end Tuesday; Walker extended it through Wednesday -- with the possibility of extending it a few days further on Wednesday.
With recovery efforts from Hurricane Matthew underway, water managers at the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) report the regional flood control system is responding as designed to move stormwater runoff as efficiently as possible.
After Tuesday night's vice presidential debate, the Orlando-based Florida Trump-Pence Campaign released these statements from state leaders reacting to Republican Mike Pence’s performance against Democrat Tim Kaine:
The latest issue of Influence Magazine is out from Peter Schorsch and his team and there’s plenty for readers to mull over, even as the presidential race continues to take the political spotlight.
Three members of the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida executive staff received promotions, named last week by the Belle Glade cooperative's board of directors.
According to a company press release, James M. Shine, Jr. has been promoted to senior vice president of the Agricultural Division; Matthew L. Roberts, P.E., as assistant general manager in the Executive Office Department; and Michael Michuda, P.E., as engineering manager, also in the Executive Office Department.
Governor Rick Scott directed the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to investigate the recent sewage discharges in St. Petersburg.