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.
The League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVF) submitted a letter to Sunshine State News Tuesday clarifying the organization's nonpartisan policy after SSN published a column quoting national LWV rules and claiming LWVF President Pamela Goodman had violated rules by donating to Patrick Murphy while he was running for Congress and she was the League's first vice president.
Callers for Donald Trump's phone bank system are getting incentivized by prizes to spread the message to "Make America Great Again."
Republican Party of Florida Chairman Blaise Ingoglia released the following statement about Donald J. Trump’s visit to Miami:
“Donald Trump returns to the great state of Florida today, where he is building momentum as we head into the final stretch. Floridians from the great city of Miami will hear Mr. Trump’s message of economic opportunity and about how this region will play an important role in keeping an untrustworthy Hillary Clinton out of the Oval Office.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the University of Florida more than $1.75 million to study the Zika virus spreading across Florida.
You'll have to listen carefully to catch this incredible videoed comment obtained by The Miami Herald and first shown by ABC Miami -- in which CD 26 candidate Joe Garcia describes Hillary Clinton’s qualifications to serve as president in terms of whether he would have sexual relations with her.
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will address Florida Republicans at their annual statewide dinner in October.