Monday, December 9, 2019
“Vice President Joe Biden's record of getting things done speaks for itself,” Crist announced on Twitter. “He has always put the American people above party lines and will continue to as president."
Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to lead all Democratic candidates in Florida--but that lead is shrinking according to a new poll from Florida Atlantic University (FAU). 
State Sen. Randolph Bracy, D–Ocoee, has filed a bill with hopes of ending what he think is gerrymandering in many rural voting districts in Florida.
On Monday, conservative leader Anna Paulina Luna ramped up her campaign for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla.
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.