Monday, March 25, 2019
The University of Virginia’s Center for Politics unveiled its latest “Sabato’s Crystal Ball” on Thursday and shifted the odds in three congressional races in the Sunshine State. 
The two men who want to be the next governor of Florida left nothing on the table in their final debate in Davie on Wednesday night which was televised to a statewide audience.
On Wednesday, the Gillum campaign announced that former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-Va., a possible presidential candidate in 2020, will be heading to Fort Myers on Thursday.
Pence will try to help Scott more on Thursday with an event scheduled in Vero Beach. Pence was also scheduled to tour the Panhandle, which is still recovering from Hurricane Michael, with Scott, and campaign with former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., the Republican gubernatorial candidate, in Jacksonville on Thursday.
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. 
On Wednesday, the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) unveiled a Spanish language TV ad featuring Florida House Speaker Pro Tempore Jeanette Nuñez, R-Miami, who DeSantis picked as his understudy on the GOP ticket. 
Unfortunately, the ways in which repairs are carried out are proving to be one of the leading causes of rising insurance costs in the state. 
This week, Dunn brought U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., who could be the next speaker of the House if the GOP retains control of the chamber in two weeks, to talk to local leaders and tour the area to survey the damage. 
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.