Early voting begins Monday in Miami-Dade County.
Even with a slight drop, Florida’s new unemployment rate is still higher than the national average.
Jim sits down with Carlos Curbelo for an extended one-on-one interview. The two discuss Florida’s 26th Congressional District race, which voters will decide on November 4th. Mr. Curbelo is challenging the incumbent Rep. Joe Garcia.
Jim goes one-on-one with the Libertarian candidate for Florida governor. The two discuss where Wyliie stands on the various issues, and the lawsuit he filed to try and participate in the October 15 gubernatorial debate with Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist.
Broward Circuit Court Judge Lynn Rosenthal has won reelection.
The race for the Miami-Dade Property Appraiser is headed to a run off.
Polling stations across the state opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday for the Primary Election and the turnout was light.
Election season is upon us, and we want you to be well-informed and ready.
The race for the District 8 Miami-Dade County Commission seat is between incumbent Lynda Bell and challenger Daniella Levine Cava. The election is Tuesday August 26th, but Bell and Levine Cava will debate the issues in a special half-hour edition of Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede.
Lines up to seven hours made Miami-Dade County the butt of many jokes on Election Day 2012. Part of the cause of the delay came from an uneven distribution of voters in precincts, but the county isn’t planning on fixing the problem anytime soon.