Saturday, March 28, 2020
With almost thirty members holding office in Tallahassee, the Florida Legislative Black Caucus (FLBC) announced its leaders who will take over after the 2020 elections and serve until the 2022 elections.
St. Pete Polls took a survey of likely Florida Democratic presidential primary voters for Florida Politics which was released on Thursday and Biden is blowing out the field. Most of those surveyed--72 percent--have not voted yet while 28 percent have taken part in early voting.
With Super Tuesday now in the rearview mirror, Democrats representing Florida in Congress are breaking towards former Vice President Joe Biden for president.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg ended his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday after spending $500 million and failing to win anywhere outside American Samoa on Super Tuesday.
“With the identity of the Democratic standard-bearer unknown, Mr. Schumer has begun to ponder ways of uniting the party behind whoever that person might be: The Senate leader is particularly focused on the idea of nominating an African-American woman for vice president, mulling names like Senator Kamala Harris of California, Stacey Abrams of Georgia and Representative Val Demings of Florida, according to people who have spoken with Mr. Schumer,” the Times reported. 
According to a new report by the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America's (TIAA) College Retirement Equities Fund Institute reveals that only 16 percent of millennials are “financially literate” with a basic grasp on finances--which can help why they are leaning towards U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for president. 
Two congressmen from the Sunshine State weighed in on the upcoming elections in Guyana. 
Richard Goble describes himself as the favorite to win the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla.--or at least that’s what he said he was told from some GOP leader in Washington.
This November, Florida voters will vote on a proposed amendment to the state constitution on whether businesses should be forced to increase the minimum wage, starting at $10 an hour which eventually will increase to $15 an hour by...
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the leading Democratic presidential hopeful sat down for an interview with Anderson Cooper for “60 Minutes” on CBS--and Florida is responding in a BIG way AS the backlash could be costly for the Democrats’ hopes to win the state in November.