Florida Democrats are holding a weekend conference that they see as a rally to defeat Republican Gov. Rick Scott in the 2014 election — though the person many see as the best hope at defeating him isn’t a candidate yet.
Miami-Dade Elections Office Updating Software After Finding Fraudulent Requests For Absentee Ballots
MIAMI (AP) — The Miami-Dade elections department is working with its software vendor to make it easier for staff to flag suspicious absentee-ballot requests. The Miami Herald (http://hrld.us/17FeKXt ) reports the change will take effect […]
Florida Gov. Rick Scott continues to set aside millions for his 2014 re-election campaign, putting considerable distance between himself and his announced challengers.
(AUDIO) CBS WebExtra: St. Pete Mayoral Candidate Rick Kriseman Opposes The Lens, Proposes New Solution
CBS WebExtra: St. Petersburg mayoral candidate Rick Kriseman, a former State Representative and City Councilmember, today announced his opposition to the proposed Lens pier design that would replace the now-closed St. Petersburg Pier. At a […]
Hillary Clinton is a heavy early favorite among Florida voters in a hypothetical 2016 presidential matchup against either of the state’s two best-known Republicans — former Gov. Jeb Bush or U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, a poll released Thursday shows.
Florida’s handing of last year’s election has been the target of criticism and will likely spark changes, but election officials say in a new report that there’s no indication of voter confusion.
A look at Florida’s troubled election this past fall prompted some finger-pointing and back-tracking Wednesday.
Long voting lines in November that again put Florida under national scrutiny could be eased in future elections if lawmakers restore the early voting days they cut and stop putting so many long constitutional amendment proposals on the ballot, a Senate committee heard Monday.
A new poll says Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s chances for re-election are in jeopardy.
Florida Republican Party leaders have a message for former Gov. Charlie Crist: Bring it on.