President Barack Obama’s likely victory in Florida came thanks to a diverse coalition, but none were more powerful in that coalition than the Latino voters.
President Barack Obama enters the third and final debate with a two point lead over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the latest CBS News/New York Times Poll released Monday night.
As both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions near, President Barack Obama maintained a slim lead in three key swing states. Voters also had a message for both candidates, don’t touch Medicare.
As both the Republican and Democratic parties continue preparations for their respective conventions, the list of who will not be attending is attracting as much attention as who will be given a speaking role at the convention.
Florida will have two extra seats when the 113th Congress convenes next year.
The Obama Administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, but have not been in trouble with the law since, a move that will affech hundreds of thousands of people nationwide, and large numbers of children in South Florida.
Democrat Joe Garcia has made his case to South Florida voters that he should represent him in Congress and twice he’s lost. But Garcia will again run for Congress in 2012 against incumbent Republican Congressman David Rivera and he hit the campaign trail Tuesday.
Millions of students like the University of Miami’s Joseph LeDonne could graduate with even more debt if Congress allows the interest rate on federal student loans to double on July 1st.
President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have hit 50 percent for the first time since the death of Osama bin Laden in a new NBC News/WSJ poll that also showed some potentially bad news for the lingering GOP nomination fight.
The Florida Democratic Party is about to answer the question what happens when you throw a “legislative appreciation party” and no legislators show up.