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Aramis Ayala Backs Andrew Gillum for Governor

Gillum is running in the crowded Democratic primary. Other candidates in the primary include former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, D-Fla., billionaire Jeff Greene, businessman Chris King and former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine. 

Bill Nelson Wants Feds to Establish Oil Reserves in Florida

Pointing to the impact of Hurricane Irma, Nelson doubled down on his efforts to get the federal government to establish fuel reserves on both the east and west coasts of Florida. 

Ron DeSantis Blowing Out Adam Putnam in Latest Poll

There has been a shift in the polls in recent weeks with DeSantis pulling ahead of Putnam though none of them have shown this kind of lead. 

Alex Sink Backs Gwen Graham for Governor

Graham is not the only statewide candidate Sink is backing in 2018.

Florida Political Attacks: Slime Across the Sunshine State

Inboxes across Florida are getting filled with political attacks from the left and the right. Here’s some of the latest mud being thrown on...

Florida Republicans Remain Undecided for Governor

Even with voters across the state paying attention to the GOP gubernatorial candidates during last week’s Sunshine Summit, hosted by the Republican Party of...

Bill McCollum Sounds the Alarm on Obama’s and Eric Holder’s Efforts

McCollum, who now chairs the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), had a piece in the Daily Caller warning about Obama’s and Holder’s activities last week. 
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Moody’s Upgrading Florida’s Credit Rating a Boon to CFO Jimmy Patronis

Despite offering some criticism of the state’s finances, Moody’s Investor Services recently upgraded Florida’s credit rating to AAA--which is music to the state CFO’s...

More Security Headed to Orlando International Airport

18 new Customs and Border Protection Officers are going to be stationed at OIA over the next six months.

Florida Keys Tourism in the Spotlight this Summer

On Monday, Visit Florida kicked off its "Keys to Summer" which will include marketing efforts across the country through a host of channels including ads, social media, billboards and other platforms.