Florida’s top legislative leaders are coming out against a push to allow the use of marijuana for medical reasons.
Florida voters give Sen. Marco Rubio negative marks for his handling of immigration and gun issues in Washington but still hold favorable views of the rising Republican star, a statewide poll released Wednesday shows.
Gov. Rick Scott now says Florida needs to look at more early voting days.
Lawyers seeking dismissal of voting fraud and related charges against four north Florida residents on Wednesday cited the state Supreme Court’s refusal to throw out thousands of absentee ballots after Republican activists added information to them in the 2000 presidential election.
President Barack Obama drew heavy support from black, Hispanic and younger voters in Florida’s close presidential contest, while Republican challenger Mitt Romney led among both white and older voters, according to results of exit polls conducted for The Associated Press and television networks.
Is there any escape from all those political ads in the most hotly contested states in the three weeks before the presidential election?
Florida authorities are reviewing allegations of voter registration fraud leveled against the Florida Democratic Party just days before the deadline to register new voters.
A South Florida federal judge has refused to halt the state’s attempt to purge a handful of potentially ineligible voters from the rolls.
In Florida, where legions of retirees are so important to election outcomes, voters from seniors to young people express strong feelings about the future of Medicare. The debate is playing out in the presidential campaign as well as House and Senate races that will help determine the balance of power on Capitol Hill.
Supported by the coalition of voters that catapulted him to the presidency four years ago, Barack Obama has regained a small lead over challenger Mitt Romney among Florida voters, a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows.