Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Biden is currently leading the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates in polls at both the state and national levels. 
The Central Florida Democrat was the subject of the ire of then-Gov. Rick Scott when she suddenly announced in 2017 that she would not pursue the death penalty in any case in her jurisdiction.
Last week, Florida Atlantic University (FAU) released a poll showing Buttigieg in fourth place in the Florida primary with 9 percent, far behind former Vice President Joe Biden who took 39 percent, but ahead of O’Rourke who pulled 5 percent. 
President Donald Trump is in excellent shape with Florida Republicans, a new poll shows--and that could be good news for him as he gears up for a second term. 
With 29 electoral votes, Florida will be one of the most highly-coveted states for President Donald Trump and whoever the Democratic Party nominates. In 2016, Republicans saw four counties transition from supporting President Barack Obama to supporting then-candidate Trump. Those...
Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) Business and Economics Polling Initiative (BEPI) released a poll showing it neck and neck between Trump and Biden in the Sunshine State with each candidate claiming 50 percent.
“Joe Biden’s tired record of failed foreign policy and slow economic growth should sound the alarms for hardworking and proud Floridians," Hockenbury said.
Voters in Volusia County were asked whether or not to approve a half-percent sales tax increase for roads, transit and water quality projects that would have raised $45 million annually for the next 20 years.
This latest round of endorsements leaves state Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen, R-Ft. Myers, as the only member of the Southwest Florida delegation not to back Rodrigues. 
Former state Rep. Sean Shaw, who was the Democratic nominee in last year’s state attorney general contest, announced that he was backing Buttigieg in the crowded primary field which has more than 20 candidates.