Former President Bill Clinton and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are coming back to Florida to aid the candidates down the home stretch to Election Day.
A trip to the county that gave Mitt Romney a 7-point edge over President Barack Obama two years ago might seem a strange stop for Democratic gubernatorial wannabe Charlie Crist less than a week before Election Day.
With just a week to go before Election Day a new poll has Gov. Rick Scott barely leading his Democratic opponent Charlie Crist.
he Miami-Dade and Broward Elections Departments wants to remind all voters that Wednesday is the deadline to request an Absentee Ballot for the November 4, 2014 Primary Election.
Election day is November 4th. Early voting is already underway, and so is a sweeping call to action by a state senator from Broward County. “Souls to the Polls” is a non-partisan movement to get out the vote. Locally its goal is to remind 74-thousand eligible African-American voters of their obligation to vote and to help make sure they do. We focus on the push to engage potential voters and an upcoming “Souls to the Polls” event.
Jim sits down for an extended one-on-one interview with George Sheldon. Mr. Sheldon is the democratic candidate for Florida Attorney General. The two discuss the upcoming race and Mr. Sheldon’s efforts to unseat republican incumbent Pam Bondi.
Jim sits down for an extended one-on-one interview with Gov. Rick Scott. With a little more than a week until Election Day, the two discuss the too-close-to call governor’s race.
An ominous sounding voice blares across the television, “Rick Scott, too shady for the Sunshine state.” Another declares, “Charlie Crist, slick politician, lousy governor.”
One of the most closely watched governor’s races in the country seems to be morphing back into a traditional political battle, based on a new Quinnipiac University poll that shows Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist tied two weeks before the election.
Early voting begins Monday in Miami-Dade County.