Two weeks until the general election, a prominent national pundit expects the Democrats to flip 25-35 U.S. House seats, enough to take control, and has upgraded three of that party’s candidates chances in the Sunshine State.
The Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI) unveiled a poll of likely voters on Tuesday afternoon which showed Gillum with 41.4 percent followed by DeSantis with 36.7 percent. But unlike most other recent polls, the FAU poll shows a large segment of voters--17.5 percent--still undecided.
The Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI) released a poll of likely voters on Tuesday afternoon which showed Scott with 42.3 percent of the vote while Nelson is right behind with 40.6 percent while 13.1 percent remain undecided.
While it might be on the undercard compared to the U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races, a new poll shows Florida can expect a close contest as the Sunshine State looks for a replacement for term limited state Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Facing term limits in Tallahassee, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi isn’t running for another office this time out but she is increasingly going to bat for Republicans across Florida.
Republicans outpacing Democrats on early absentee ballots, more Independents defecting from both major parties, voters impacted by Hurricane Michael, estimates on Hurricane Michael's economic impact, and 2018 Florida pro-life endorsements.
Trying to make inroads with Central Florida’s growing Puerto Rican community, Republican gubernatorial candidate former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., showcased his support from prominent officials from that commonwealth. Earlier in the month, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, DeSantis’ Democratic rival, unveiled prominent Puerto Ricans backing his campaign.
While he turns 78 in November 2020, Biden has left the door open to a third presidential bid in 2020.
Democrats and their allies are trying to tie Salazar to President Donald Trump while the GOP and its supporters are bashing Shalala for holding an event with U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif. who has been supportive of the communist regime in Cuba.
All around me, I see apathy but the great thing about apathy is that a few people can make a big difference! You are reading this today because you are not apathetic and because you are those few people, and you will make a big difference on November 6th.