Thursday, October 17, 2019
A year until the primaries and less than 15 months until the 2020 elections, it looks like Florida won’t see many tight congressional races.
This week, members of the Florida delegation on both sides of the aisle reacted to reports that the Maduro regime is looking to hold elections earlier than scheduled.
Considered a rising star in Democratic circles and exceeding expectations so far in his presidential bid, Buttigieg will speak to supporters at the Plaza Theater in Orlando with Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky on Wednesday.
The presidential candidates made clear during their recent debates in Detroit that they're not going to tone down their outrageous rhetoric just because most Americans think they're out of their minds.
Former journalist Maria Elvira Salazar is hoping for a rematch with freshman U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., next year.
The second round of the Democratic presidential debates wrapped up on Wednesday night and now, with more stringent requirements to make the third debate, some of the candidates tried to claim their last moment in the spotlight.
Here’s a look at some of Tuesday night’s winners and losers. One major caveat. When the Democrats held their first round in Miami at the end of June, the first debate was almost totally eclipsed by the second one. With Biden and Harris back in the second debate, the same thing could happen once again.
Trump is coming back to Central Florida with news breaking this week that he will be heading to the Villages on August 6 for an event focusing on Medicare. The Villages has increasingly become a bastion of Republican support in the Sunshine State as older voters--many of whom fled high tax blue states to head to Florida--increasingly back the GOP.
With the next round of debates between the various Democratic presidential hopefuls scheduled for later this week, former Vice President Joe Biden trotted out a host of endorsements from prominent Florida Democrats, most of whom are out of office.
On Monday,  state Representative Adam Hattersley, D-Riverview, a veteran and small business owner, announced he was challenging Spano. Hattersley was first elected to the Florida House last year and represents parts of Hillsborough County.