The podiums are up. The banners are hung. The lighting is set and the rehearsals are complete for Wednesday’s gubernatorial debate.
Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic candidate Charlie Crist are set to debate on Wednesday night at Broward College. The two diametrically opposed candidates will battle on several topics, sure to leave less-politically savvy viewers with questions.
On the eve of the gubernatorial debate, Broward College students had the opportunity to argue the important issues facing Florida this election season.
A federal judge rejected a lawsuit filed by Libertarian Party candidate Adrian Wyllie who was trying to be part of the next gubernatorial debate.
Final preparations are underway for Florida’s Gubernatorial Debate: “Decision 2014: Before You Vote” at Broward College in Davie.
Vice President Joe Biden will join former Governor Charlie Crist for campaign appearances Monday at Broward College’s Coconut Creek campus and a Boca Raton synagogue.
On a soundstage at the Telemundo studios in Miramar Friday, Republican Governor Rick Scott and Democratic challenger stood at podiums far apart, and were far apart on every issue.
Former President Bill Clinton is in town tonight stumping for the former Republican Governor Charlie Crist.
With only 60 days left before elections, both of the candidates for governor were in South Florida Thursday.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign announced Tuesday he will participate in three debates this fall with either Nan Rich or Charlie Crist, whoever emerges as the winner of the Democratic primary and CBS4 News will proudly serve as producers of one of those debates.