It’s been four long days since polls closed. A Saturday noon deadline for Florida counties to provide the state with unofficial vote tallies passed with no new numbers.
President Obama heads toward Election Day with an apparent lead over Mitt Romney among early voters in key states that could decide the election.
Sen. Marco Rubio’s 12-year-old daughter was hospitalized Saturday after being injured in a traffic accident in Miami, according to a statement released by the senator’s office.
Mitt Romney worked the early-vote crowd in Florida on Saturday, revving up chants of “10 more days” in the countdown to the election as President Barack Obama told supporters in tiny New Hampshire that “these four electoral votes right here could make the difference.”
State officials released new voter registration numbers early Saturday, with some surprising changes since 2008.
With ten days left and forecasters calling for a potentially historic storm to strike the East Coast, President Obama and Mitt Romney are launching an adjusted sprint to the finish line.
The third and final presidential debate is just two days away and that means the campus of Lynn University in Boca Raton is buzzing with activity.
“When you gotta go, you gotta go,” says a woman in a new South Florida political ad. The woman (and congressional candidate Adam Hasner) is referring to incumbent Lois Frankel.
A month before Election Day, President Barack Obama’s campaign and Democrats posted an impressive fundraising haul, easing the party’s concerns that he would face a significant money disadvantage against his well-financed Republican rival in the crucial closing days.
One look at Miami-Dade’s ballot and everything seems normal. Look closer, though, and you will notice it is double-sided and goes on and on…and on.