Monday, November 18, 2019
Former state Rep. Lake Ray, now the president of the First Coast Manufacturers Association where he has been since 2011, said, when it comes to the business community and the uncertainty of a presidential election, history shows this is not a new phenomenon.
Last year saw a knockdown, drag-out fight in suburban Seminole County for what should be a safe Florida House seat for the GOP. But when the smoke cleared, state Rep. Scott Plakon, R-Longwood, beat Democrat Tracey Kagan by 1,500 votes. Now Kagan is back for a rematch and it is already getting ugly. 
First elected in 2012 to represent parts of Lee County in Tallahassee, Eagle launched his bid on Wednesday and stressed his support of President Donald Trump.  
The bill would let Puerto Ricans vote on whether they want statehood, much like they did in 2012 and 2017. 
Both former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill were in Florida this week raising money for his presidential campaign.
Voters go to the polls in Orlando on November 5 and will vote on whether Mayor Buddy Dyer deserves a fourth term.
Even “Meet The Press” host Chuck Todd said last week when it comes to impeachment, “Washington is obsessed, is consumed by impeachment and I think rightfully so, but I am mindful that the rest of the country, they're not as consumed by it.”
At the end of last week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., the chairman of the U.S. Senate Western Hemisphere Subcommittee, expressed concerns about recent elections in Bolivia and slammed that county’s President Evo Morales.
As the Democrats drive headlong towards impeachment, Florida Hispanics are making it clear that they do not support them, and as the process moves forward, it will only drive more Hispanic voters into the president’s arms.
The poll of 669 registered Florida voters was taken from Oct. 14 through Oct. 20 and had a margin of error of +/- 3.8 percent.