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The second round of the Democratic presidential debates wrapped up on Wednesday night and now, with more stringent requirements to make the third debate, some of the candidates tried to claim their last moment in the spotlight.
With the next round of debates between the various Democratic presidential hopefuls scheduled for later this week, former Vice President Joe Biden trotted out a host of endorsements from prominent Florida Democrats, most of whom are out of office.
Newsome said Democrats are failing in their attempts to reach out to Black Lives Matter members and minorities in general--and insulting people in the process.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg both scored good marks during last week’s Democratic presidential debates in South Florida--and now they are building more support in the Sunshine State.
Harris is now the favorite for the Democratic nomination with her odds rising sharply, moving from 8/1 to 5/2. Her rise came at former Vice President Joe Biden’s expense as his odds dropped from 7/4 to 4/1.
Hispanic voters have to make an important choice in the upcoming presidential election — we can either support a man whose policies have brought us unprecedented prosperity or back a political party that will actively work to undermine our success.
The stage was crowded on Thursday night in the second and final round of the Democratic debates in Miami. While it was tough for the candidates to get that coveted screen time, here is a look at some winners and losers from the second night for the 20 Democrats trying to take down President Donald Trump.
Hispanic voters are front and center this week as Telemundo hosts 20 contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination and two rounds of debates while Vice President Mike Pence launches Latinos for Trump in Miami.
With 20 candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination taking part in debates on Wednesday and Thursday, a new poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden is the man to beat in Florida.
With 20 Democrats angling for their party’s presidential nomination meeting in two debates in South Florida later this week, some of the underdog candidates are trying to get some attention and momentum in the Sunshine State.
Kicking off his 2020 campaign in front of a packed house at the Amway Center in Orlando, the president began his reelection campaign by telling the crowd there will be a new slogan in 2020: “Keep America Great.”
JFK is, of course, a Democratic icon but he wasn’t exactly a liberal on several fronts, ranging from taxes to foreign policy. While many members of the Cuban community in South Florida still haven’t forgiven JFK for not going all out during the Bay of Pigs operation, DeSantis would be wise to take a few pages out of the 35th president’s playbook.