Two April Fool’s Day orders are no joke. And they’re apparently causing confusion.
This time via Senator Rick Scott.
Last November the state voted overwhelming to amend its constitution. The lawmakers they elected at the same time are sabotaging it.
Florida’s New Governor has removed the Sheriff of Broward County over his officer’s lack of response before and during the Parkland shooting.
Preliminary figures indicate that voter turnout in the 2018 midterms was higher than it has been for any midterm election in fifty-two years.
With the recounts over we can officially say that Rick Scott will be the next Senator from Florida.
The Governor’s race in Florida is over, and the Senate race isn’t far behind.
While the outcome in the Florida Governor’s Race is clear, the Senate race remains up in the air and headed for a hand recount that, in the end, is unlikely to change the outcome of the race.
Florida has begun the recount process in both the Senate and Governor’s races. Where it goes from here is anyone’s guess.
Florida voters approved an amendment to the state’s Constitution that will restore the voting rights of as many as 1.2 million ex-felons and make it easier for future released felons to get their civil rights back.
With less than forty-eight hours to go until voters head to the polls, the odds are pointing to a Democratic House and a Republican Senate.
With one week to go before Election Day, Democrats seem well-positioned to gain control of the House while Republicans seem likely to hold on to the Senate.
A new poll shows a decided turn toward the Democratic candidates for Governor and Senator in Florida, but it may be an outlier.
Republicans intend to “plow through” on the Kavanaugh nomination even after yesterday’s hearing, but it’s not clear that they have the votes to confirm him.
Former President Bush has waded back into politics but don’t expect him to be campaigning for Ted Cruz.
After spending most of his post-Presidency on the political sidelines, former President Bush is hitting the fundraising trail for GOP candidates in Texas and Florida.
The first significant post-primary poll of the Florida Senate race shows a dead heat between Governor Rick Scott and Senator Bill Nelson.
A new poll shows Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum with an early, but slim lead, over Congressman Ron DeSantis in the race for Florida’s Governor’s Mansion.
As expected, Rick Scott easily won the GOP nomination for Senate in Florida, setting up one of the most highly anticipated Senate races of the year.
Florida voters in the Republican and Democratic parties have set up a Gubernatorial race that provides a stark choice on the table for Sunshine State voters in a race that will likely have national implications moving forward.
Rick Scott is pulling in impressive fundraising numbers, giving Democrats reason to worry that they’ll have another Senate seat to worry about in November.
Republicans are at least a bit more confident that they’ll hold on to the Senate this year.
As expected, Gina Haspel was confirmed as C.I.A. Director yesterday despite her controversial record when it comes to torture.
Joe Manchin looks to be facing a strong challenge from Patrick Morrisey.
Governor Rick Scott has entered the race to challenge Bill Nelson in Florida, creating what is likely to be one of the most closely watched races of the year.
Within hours after the new Florida gun law was signed by Governor Rick Scott, the National Rifle Association had filed a lawsuit seeking to strike it down.
A big win for gun control advocates in a deeply Republican state.
Despite the activism we’ve seen in the wake of the school shooting in Florida, it’s unlikely that we’ll see significant Congressional action on guns.
New polls show increased support for various gun control measures, including limitations on so-called “assault weapons,” but that doesn’t mean we’re likely to see Congressional action on the subject.
The students who survived last week’s mass shooting in Parkland, Florida are speaking out, and some on the right are responding by engaging in personal attacks and spreading conspiracy theories.
Another school shooting, this time in Florida.
The Trump Administration has been hit with two new lawsuits over the President’s decision to end the DACA program.
Ed Gillespie, the Republican nominee for Governor of Virginia, has come out against the most recent immigration-related action by the national leader of his party.
Two polls find that most Americans support letting DACA beneficiaries to stay in the United States. Will that help move Congress to act?
The Trump Administration announced today that the program that provided deportation relief to nearly a million people brought to the United States as children would end unless Congress acts to save it.
President Trump is threatening to end a program that has benefited at least 750,000 innocent people.
Vice-President Gingrich? Really?