The Republican Party of Florida raised about $14.9 million in little less than five months, while the Florida Democratic Party collected $13.1 million, according to newly filed finance reports.
Most Florida voters assume it will be a head to head match up of Rick Scott and Charlie Crist for the Governor’s job this November. But before former governor Crist takes on current Governor Scott, he has to get past former Sen. Nan Rich in the August primary
Steve Perman is talking trash. And now he wants Broward County voters to smell what he means. The Coral Springs chiropractor this week unwrapped an odiferous “scratch-and-sniff” mailer — possibly the first of its kind in the Florida campaign world — to smoke out Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs in the Democratic primary battle for House District 96.
A coalition issued a sharply-worded motion Monday which called the recently redrawn Florida congressional “brazenly partisan” and claimed it would not fix the problems that prompted a judge to declare the original map unconstitutional in the first place.
Voter-registration numbers showed Democrats have more registered voters in Florida’s seven most populated counties but Republicans have a huge advantage in some mid-sized counties.
Vote for for Gov. Rick Scott and save a tree. Caught in a tight campaign with former Gov. Charlie Crist, the current governor has pledged to spend millions more on environmental concerns if re-elected.
Allegations of financial misconduct by the states two leading candidates for governor have been tossed out by Florida’s election commission. Since March, supporters of both former Gov. Charlie Crist and Gov. Rick Scott have filed a long list of complaints which dealt with alleged election law violations.
Charlie Crist has been endorsed by Florida’s largest gay rights group in his run for Governor.
Scott’s latest bid to redo his image came Monday when Florida joined more than three dozen other states in the nation that offer in-state tuition rates to high school students living in the country illegally.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott pledged Thursday to spend $1 billion upgrading the state’s ports over his two terms in office if he is re-elected.