Sunday, July 5, 2020
On Wednesday, the DeSantis campaign announced that Vice President Mike Pence would campaign with DeSantis in a "get out the vote" at the Prime Osborn Convention Center in Jacksonville on Thursday. Pence is expected to campaign with Gov. Rick Scott, who is challenging U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., later in the day in Vero Beach. 
Mason Dixon released a poll on Tuesday night showing Gillum, the Democratic nominee, with 45 percent and DeSanits, the Republican candidate, right behind him at 44 percent while 3 percent backed other candidates and 8 percent remain undecided. 
One of the big shockers in this election comes from the heart of Florida tourism.
McMahon, who served as president and CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), stepped down at SBA earlier this month. She ran twice for the U.S. Senate in Connecticut. 
The Family Research Council is one of the largest and most influential groups of social and religious conservatives in the nation.  
This week, Curbelo appeared on “MTP Daily” with NBC political reporter Chuck Todd as he looks ahead to a tough general election challenge from Democrat Debbie Mucarsel-Powell. Polls have shown a very close race between the two candidates. 
A host of Democrats on Capitol Hill are backing the proposal including Florida U.S. Reps. Val Demings, Ted Deutch, Alcee Hastings, Donna Shalala and Darren Soto. AHastings went to bat for the bill, which has next to no chance of getting through the Senate, on Wednesday. 
White joined Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and state CFO Jimmy Patronis as the only statewide candidates to get full endorsements from Florida Right to Life PAC.
The current Republicans in the Florida delegation offer a host of new faces even when compared to only a few years ago.  That being the case, don’t expect many Republican retirements in the Florida delegation--but there could be a handful of them. 
Led by Kent Stermon, the COO of Total Military Management, the committee has more than 45 members and includes a “diverse group of experts, including members of the law enforcement community, experts in the public safety field, members of the armed services, veterans, and school safety advocates in our state” including a current sitting member of Congress and sheriffs from across the Sunshine State.