One of the most-asked Florida political questions has been “Who will Jeb Bush endorse for President?” We now know the answer, with Wednesday’s announcement that the former Florida governor will support Mitt Romney in his run for President.
People living in the town of Davie or parts of the City of Ft. Lauderdale hit the polls Tuesday for one of the few remaining March municipal elections in Broward County.
The GOP can’t seem to figure out who it wants to head it’s ticket this fall, but they still have time to think about who should take the number 2 spot on the ticket. As of Monday, the top choice has a Florida address.
Thirteen times over the years the Miami-Dade commission has asked voters for a pay raise. Twelve times before this GOP primary day, voters rejected their request. It appears that this latest request, on the primary ballot, may be unlucky 13.
After having a commanding lead all week, Mitt Romney routed Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary Tuesday night, taking a major step toward the Republican presidential nomination.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, who dropped out of the GOP presidential race months before the first primary, now said he may reluctantly be forced to run as a third party candidate, a decision revealed Sunday on a special Miami broadcast of the CBS News program Face The Nation.
GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is widening his lead over Newt Gingrich just 2 days before the winner-take-all GOP primary, according to a new poll released Sunday morning.
In the “No Surprise” department, the political squabble between the Univision network and US Senator Marco Rubio has been sent to the back burner as the GOP Primary approaches, allowing GOP candidates campaigning in Florida to appear on the channel or choice for thousands of Hispanic voters.
A new poll of voters likely to take part in the January 31st primary shows a plan to raise the pay of Miami-Dade commissioners by tying it to term limits may be in trouble, with supporters and opponents in a virtual dead heat.
With the South Carolina primary vote underway, surging Newt Gingrich told South Carolinians on Saturday that he was “the only practical conservative vote” who could stop Mitt Romney in the GOP presidential race. Romney said the primary, the first in the south, “could be real close” as he moved from expecting a quick win to preparing for an extended fight by consenting to debates in Florida, which holds it’s primary in 10 days..