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Incoming state House Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, named his leadership team as he gets ready to take the gavel in Tallahassee.
Over the past decade, Florida Republicans have made it a habit of winning the close ones. Rick Scott narrowly edged then state CFO Alex Sink in the 2010 gubernatorial race. Four years later, Scott held off former Gov. Charlie Crist. In 2016, Trump beat out Hillary Clinton in the Sunshine State.
On Election Day, Florida voters will cast their ballots on Amendment 3 which would allow all registered voters to vote in the primaries regardless of political party affiliation, as well as Amendment 2, which will raise the state’s minimum wage, and state Rep. Blaise Ingoglia's role as one of the Trump campaign’s top surrogates.
The bill eliminates barriers of entry to certain professions licensed by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DPBR) by adding endorsement and reciprocity provisions, removing supplemental business licenses and corresponding license fees, reducing licensure education requirements, and eliminating other licensure and registration requirements.
From the deregulation of professions and occupations to political gerrymandering in the Sunshine State, here's a look at those that made "the list."
Last week, state Rep. Blaise Ingoglia, R-Spring Hill, released his latest “Government Gone Wild” video series focused on illegal immigration and the former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) insists there will be more web videos down the road.
On Tuesday, Ingoglia, who led the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) during successful campaign cycles in 2016 and 2018, unveiled the video which he dubbed “the Illegal Immigration Video Democrats Don’t Want You to See.”
State Sen. Joe Gruters, R-Sarasota, a longtime Trump ally, is now heading up the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF), moving up from vice chairman to the top spot this past weekend in Orlando.
During his tenure in charge, the GOP flipped 14 of the state’s 67 counties and saw Donald Trump carry Florida and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., keep his seat in 2016.
With a little more than a week to go in the general election, more than 2 million ballots have been cast by Florida voters.
With little more than six weeks to go, the contest to see who will be Florida’s next governor is growing increasingly nasty.
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