Sunday, December 8, 2019
President Donald Trump is hitting the Sunshine State this weekend to help the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) and to keep his edge in the largest political swing state.
Rubio, the chairman of the U.S. Senate Western Hemisphere Subcommittee, is cosponsoring the resolution. Other backers include U.S. Sens. Benjamin Cardin, D-Mary., Chris Coons, D-Del., Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Tim Kaine, D-Va., and Bob Menendez, D-NJ. 
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., ended her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday.
Later this week, the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) Foundation will honor a congresswoman from the Sunshine State for her record on international trade.
While he is expected to be a top target next year, U.S. Rep. Ross Spano, R-Fla., stressed his conservatism as he gets ready to run for a second term.
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Penn., who had not made the debate stage or make a dent in the polls, ended his presidential bid on Sunday.
The second term congresswoman spent some time this week volunteering at Feeding Children Everywhere, a Longwood non-profit that provides meals for families over the holidays and she spoke with Florida Daily about what she has seen so far in the impeachment process.
When he challenged longtime U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., in the Republican primary back in 2012, Yoho said he would serve only four terms in Congress. But Yoho has been weighing running for a fifth term and a new poll shows him in excellent shape if he decides to run again. 
Since his first day in office, Donald Trump has stood on the side of freedom and democracy, both here in the United States and abroad — especially in Latin America. To combat the creeping forces of socialism, he has crafted a foreign policy that aggressively confronts authoritarian regimes in Latin America that suppress their own people and violate human rights.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is making the effort to qualify for the primary ballot in multiple states with early deadlines. Will he run? Bloomberg won’t say for sure but Vegas is certainly taken notice.