Senator Marco Rubio gave an impassioned speech earlier this week outlining the major problems in Venezuela. The issue hits home to many in South Florida and Senator Rubio is continuing his push for the U.S. government to do something about the demonstrations and government retaliations.
“It is great being here at the U,” Hillary Clinton said with a smile, making a “U” gesture with her hands as she took the stage at the University of Miami’s Bank United Center Wednesday night.
Last Friday night, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist called for an end to the Cuban embargo. While some GOP members immediately criticized Crist’s comments, the former governor’s opinion may be the prevailing opinion, according to new poll.
Standing in front of Miami-Dade elections headquarters, Ana Rivas Logan tore her voter registration card to pieces. “This is my old Republican registration card and it’s gone,” she said while laughing.
Charlie Crist, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, is calling for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba.
The Congressional Budget Office typically doesn’t make a lot of news, but Tuesday the CBO was front and center in the media. Unfortunately, most in the media and many politicians completely misinterpreted what the CBO reported.
A day after the first debate in the special election for District 13’s Congressional seat, Republican candidate David Jolly is calling on a Republican with a familiar name to further boost his campaign.
The three candidates who are seeking to replace the late Congressman Bill Young held their first debate on Monday night.
Election Day for Florida governor isn’t until August, but Democrat Charlie Crist, on Monday, released a Web ad saying it’s ridiculous to blame him for his time as governor for Florida’s economic downturn, that instead the recession was caused by “guys like Rick Scott.”
Not many political issues enjoy a broad base of bipartisan support, but one such issue in the state of Florida is raising the minimum wage.