There may not be many exciting congressional races in Florida come 2020 with most incumbents firmly entrenched--but a race in Central Florida is sure to be a hot one.
All 67 counties in Florida have elected school boards--but a state representative is pushing for an appointed school board, at least in his county.
State Rep. Jason Brodeur, R-Oviedo, is already going all out for the Florida Senate in 2020 as he looks to replace term-limited Sen. David Simmons, R-Longwood.
In a recent study, the Pew Research Group found readership of local newspapers has fallen by 50 percent since 1999.
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.
In the wake of recent mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, Florida gun control groups are seeing a clear path for further gun restrictions in the Sunshine State.
Last week, Florida's First Lady Casey DeSantis announced more than 60 schools in six counties across the region will have telehealth portals as the area recovers from Hurricane Michael which hit Northwest Florida in October.
Rubio first introduced this bill in March of 2018, following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland. That same year, Florida implemented its own red flag law, which has provided Florida law enforcement agencies with the ability to carry out more than a thousand risk protection orders.
On Election Day in 1920, the Central Florida town was gripped in violence as a massacre erupted when a black man named Mose Norman attempted to vote. The KKK responded by going to the home of July Perry, a prominent African-American in town, looking for Norman. The mob shot and killed Perry, hanging him from a tree and then burned an entire African American neighborhood.
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.