Monday, August 19, 2019
Holder, who served for most of former President Barack Obama’s time in the White House, has opened the door to running for president in 2020. He has also been helping Democrats across the nation
Last week, state CFO Jimmy Patronis’ campaign launched a new website hitting Democratic candidate former state Sen. Jeremy Ring. For its part, the Ring campaign launched a website of its own.
Vaughn, a speaker and the author of the bestseller “World Changer: A Mother's Story,” stressed Cadwell’s conservatism as she backed him.
On Monday,  state Representative Adam Hattersley, D-Riverview, a veteran and small business owner, announced he was challenging Spano. Hattersley was first elected to the Florida House last year and represents parts of Hillsborough County.
On Tuesday, Republican Christian Acsota, a nuclear engineer who teaches at Palm Beach State College, launched his bid, throwing a few jabs at Frankel.
Cook Political Report released its first look at the 2020 congressional races--even before the new Congress convened--and found only three of the 27 races in Florida look competitive. 
While the organization does not release its official membership numbers, NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre said, as of this month, the group has around 5.5 million members. 
A year until the primaries and less than 15 months until the 2020 elections, it looks like Florida won’t see many tight congressional races.
Boyd, who served four terms in the Florida House, launched his bid on Thursday as he looks to keep Galvano’s seat, which includes all of Manatee County and part of Hillsborough County, for the GOP. 
Mason Dixon released a poll on Tuesday night showing Gillum, the Democratic nominee, with 45 percent and DeSanits, the Republican candidate, right behind him at 44 percent while 3 percent backed other candidates and 8 percent remain undecided.