Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Florida is usually considered a swing state, but President Donald Trump’s prospects are rising in the Sunshine State next year as Hispanic voters rally behind his record of prosperity.
At the end of last week, qualifying closed for the Miami Beach elections and Dan Gelber was reelected as mayor as he was the only candidate to make the ballot.
Back in March, Messam was reelected as mayor of Miramar, winning 86 percent of the vote--and he turned his attention later that month to running for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Despite Crist’s big win last year, on paper, the various Republicans have some cause to hope.
On Friday, businessman Howard Schultz, best known for his leadership at Starbucks, made the following announcement.
President Trump won big here in Florida in 2016. He’s very likely to do so again, and, in his rally speeches, he’s shown a striking degree of self-awareness as to why.
A new poll shows most Republicans want to President Donald Trump to keep Vice President Mike Pence on the ticket come 2020. A Hill-HarrisX survey released last week shows solid support for Pence with 69 percent of Republicans wanting to...
President Donald Trump might face up to three challengers in the Republican primaries but Florida, despite being the ultimate swing state, will not be much of a factor. 
The current Republicans in the Florida delegation offer a host of new faces even when compared to only a few years ago.  That being the case, don’t expect many Republican retirements in the Florida delegation--but there could be a handful of them. 
With U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, now out of the race, the oddsmakers are wondering who the next Democrat to drop out of the presidential race will be.