Former U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden talked about the future of space exploration on Tuesday, including what it would look like if former Vice President Joe Biden defeats President Donald Trump in November.
The qualifying deadline was at noon on April 24 so Zhao had his check delivered by certified mail by 9:30 that morning--which is where things get weird.
This week, Rubio joined other members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee in writing Guyanese President David Granger as the South American nation begins a recount following a disputed presidential election earlier this year.
A host of Democrats on Capitol Hill are backing the proposal including Florida U.S. Reps. Val Demings, Ted Deutch, Alcee Hastings, Donna Shalala and Darren Soto. AHastings went to bat for the bill, which has next to no chance of getting through the Senate, on Wednesday.
As part of the CARES Act, Congress appropriated $400 million to the EAC to distribute to U.S. states and territories in order to protect the 2020 federal election cycle from the effects of COVID-19.
State Rep. Amy Mercado, D-Orlando, is doing something that isn’t seen very often and which is highly discouraged by political parties: taking on a sitting incumbent from her own party.
Cammack, who served as Yoho’s deputy chief of staff and helped him pull off one of the largest upsets in Florida history when he defeated longtime U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns, R-Fla., is running in a crowded primary to replace him. Yoho is following through with a campaign pledge he made in 2012 to serve only four terms in Congress.
Last week, Steube introduced the “Obstructing Monetary Allocations to Relatives (OMAR) Act" which, the congressman’s office noted, “would prohibit a candidate for election to a federal office from using campaign funds to pay any vendor controlled by an immediate family member.”
Dunn has an easy November ahead of him as he faces only two write-in candidates in the general election. Of course, Dunn’s district is solidly Republican.
With a presidential election looming in November, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., is turning up the heat against some top Democrats including that party’s presumptive presidential candidate.