A GOP super-PAC is using Democrat Joe Garcia's secretly recorded sexist remark about Hillary Clinton last Sunday as a springboard to remind voters of Garcia's scandal-plagued record. And the campaign is just getting started. It has all kind of tricks up its sleeve for the former congressman who narrowly beat Annette Taddeo in the Democratric primary.
Here's a poll you won't see widely in Florida mainstream media -- because, frankly, the press is either in deep denial or it's looking for a way to smear it in lipstick. But here it is, released Wednesday by Gallup: "Americans' trust and confidence in the mass media 'to report the news fully, accurately and fairly' has dropped to its lowest level in Gallup polling history, with 32 percent (of respondents) saying they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the media."
Nearly eight years after Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet did away with quasi-automatic restoration of civil rights, voters may have a chance to approve a constitutional amendment that would automatically restore voting rights for non-violent felons.
Supporters of the proposal have gathered enough signatures to trigger a review from the Florida Supreme Court, whose approval is required for the initiative to make it onto the 2018 ballot.
The battle for an open Florida House seat is gaining national attention from the Republican Party.
With state Rep. Erik Fresen, R-Miami, leaving the House due to term limits, the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), which defines itself as the “largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect Republicans to multiple down-ballot, state-level offices,” is going to bat for Republican candidate John Couriel.
I'm sorry, but the president of the Florida League of Women Voters doesn't get to brag about the organization's "integrity and credibility."
With Pinellas County state Sen. Jeff Brandes becoming the first Republican in the Florida Senate to back Amendment 2, supporters of medical marijuana are trumpeting the endorsement.
He's chairman of the Broward Democratic Party, a frequent guest analyst on national network news shows, a consummate party man who had been re-elected chairman repeatedly since the 1990s in contentious races against serious opponents.
If the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee isn't bailing on behinder-and-behinder candidate Patrick Murphy, why have they suddenly dropped Florida as a target state?
The dean of the Florida congressional delegation is acting as if she's in a fight.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unveiled his policy stances on school choice on Thursday, revealing a $20 billion plan Trump believes will shift public education in the right direction.