Gillum is running in the crowded Democratic primary. Other candidates in the primary include former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, D-Fla., billionaire Jeff Greene, businessman Chris King and former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine.
Former Judge Ashley Moody drew heavy fire this week from United Conservatives, a group backing state Rep. Frank White, R-Pensacola, in the primary.
There has been a shift in the polls in recent weeks with DeSantis pulling ahead of Putnam though none of them have shown this kind of lead.
The husband of a major candidate’s ties to a Ukranian oligarch, who is accused of backing contract murders, were exposed on the national level.
Graham is not the only statewide candidate Sink is backing in 2018.
Across Florida, candidates running in next month’s Republican primaries are showcasing their stances on immigration and trying to use it as wedge issue to beat the competition.
With six weeks to go until the primary, a new poll finds it’s a three candidate race as Florida Democrats weigh who they want as their gubernatorial candidate.
Rubio becomes the second Republican holding statewide office to support Spano’s congressional bid.
The Cook Political Report unveiled its latest House ratings and found the Democrats building momentum in two races.
A poll finds both of the candidates remain largely unknown to Florida Republicans.