Monday, February 18, 2019
The Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI) unveiled a poll of likely voters on Tuesday afternoon which showed Gillum with 41.4 percent followed by DeSantis with 36.7 percent. But unlike most other recent polls, the FAU poll shows a large segment of voters--17.5 percent--still undecided.
On Wednesday, the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) unveiled a Spanish language TV ad featuring Florida House Speaker Pro Tempore Jeanette Nuñez, R-Miami, who DeSantis picked as his understudy on the GOP ticket. 
This marks the fourth rally Trump has had in Pensacola since entering launching his presidential campaign in the summer of 2015.
Warren praised the Florida Democrats for focusing on all 67 counties in the Sunshine State and insisted the races “will have massive ramifications nationally.”
Caldwell faces Democrat Nikki Fried, an attorney and lobbyist, in next month’s general election. 
Pro-life groups at the state and national levels have thrown their support behind former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla. to be Florida’s next governor. 
Almost two-fifths of those surveyed--38 percent--have already voted and they have given DeSantis the early lead with the congressman taking 60 percent of these voters while Putnam reels in 33 percent of them.
Republicans and Democrats at the national level continue to showcase new opportunities to flip congressional seats--but none of them are in Florida.
On Wednesday, the DeSantis campaign announced that Vice President Mike Pence would campaign with DeSantis in a "get out the vote" at the Prime Osborn Convention Center in Jacksonville on Thursday. Pence is expected to campaign with Gov. Rick Scott, who is challenging U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., later in the day in Vero Beach. 
A prominent national pundit released its latest ratings of congressional races and found seven close contests in the Sunshine State. The Cook Political Report unveiled its newest ratings on Friday and found most races across the nation to be safe...