Sunday, March 29, 2020
DeSantis sent a letter to U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., announcing his resignation, backdating it to the start of the month and not drawing any salary for September. 
Army Reserve Lt. Col. Michael Waltz is looking for a red wall to help him replace U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla.,  as the congressman for District 6 which covers parts of St. Johns and Volusia County and all of...
With the general election now in full swing, state CFO Jimmy Patronis is ramping up his campaign operations. This weekend, the Patronis team launched their first TV ad, showcasing how the state CFO fought for mental health benefits for first...
While he does not face the voters again until 2022, independents are turning against U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., even as he remains popular with Florida Republicans, a new poll shows. Quinnipiac University released a poll of likely voters which...
The Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List, the nation’s largest pro-life political organization, has been focused on Florida over the past month, urging voters to call U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and urge him to support President Donald Trump’s Supreme...
A week and a half after the primary, the GOP in Florida held its own unity rally, bringing candidates together that will appear on the November ballot,and asking for support across Florida. At Ace Café in Orlando, Gov. Rick Scott,...
Despite coming in fifth place and pulling only 2.5 percent in last week’s primary, former gubernatorial hopeful Chris King, a businessman from Central Florida, was selected by Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum to be his running mate on the Democratic ticket. 
First elected to the Florida House in 2010, Nuñez also worked as a lobbyist for Jackson Health Care and as chief of staff to South Florida Republican state Sen. Alex Diaz de la Portilla.
Democrats think they can win the seat in Congress being left by gubernatorial hopeful U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., and they are putting their hopes on a Clinton-era national security expert to get it done. 
Quinnipiac University unveiled its latest poll on Wednesday which shows the two candidates taking 49 percent apiece and more than 90 percent of Nelson and Scott voters are sure on who they will back in November.