Thursday, December 5, 2019
In the first round of the city’s mayoral election. Mayor Lenny Curry will almost certainly end up with the most votes when the smoke clears--but the question is will it be enough to get him over the finish line on Tuesday night or if the contest continues for another two months. 
DeSantis is doing well with voters of all political affiliations. Republicans are firmly behind the governor with 72 percent of them approving DeSantis while only 11 percent disapprove of him.
"history has a way of being upended these days in presidential elections as Barack Obama and Donald Trump can attest and we’re starting to see signs that it could happen again."
Democrats in the Florida delegation insisted the report did not clear President Donald Trump and called for the release of the full report.
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., and U.S. Rep. Jenniffer González-Colón, PNP-PR, sent a letter to Trump asking the Administration to appoint a federal coordinator to oversee responsible implementation of Puerto Rico’s disaster funding. The coordinator will ensure disaster relief funding gets to the Island’s families in a transparent and efficient manner.
Having turned 70 last month, Webster has been on the Florida political stage for almost four decades. First elected to the Florida House in 1980, Webster helped lead GOP efforts to take power in Tallahassee.
The bill “would prohibit individuals employed or sponsored by these Chinese military institutions from receiving student or research visas to the United States.”
“In Minnesota, we take the quality of our 10,000 lakes very seriously, and we all want to preserve the quality of these important waterways for generations to come,” Klobuchar, who is running in the crowded Democratic presidential primary, said on Thursday.
At the start of the year, Soto introduced the “Virtual Currency Consumer Protection Act” which, he said, “will analyze what can be done to protect consumers from price manipulation and ensure America remains a global leader in fostering innovation in this evolving global marketplace.
Waltz, a member of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee, weighed in on the bill on Thursday and pointed to how he shaped the bill. The bill cleared the committee on a 33-24 vote.