Marco Rubio Suspends Campaign After Losing Florida Primary “I want to congratulate Donald Trump on a big victory in Florida.” With those words, Marco Rubio opened his speech to supporters in Miami Tuesday night after learning Trump won the GOP primary in Rubio’s hometown state.
Trump, Clinton Claim Victories In FloridaDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton have won the Presidential Primary in the State of Florida.
Examining Rubio’s Home SaleThis story and video was originally posted on the CBS4 website on May 18, 2010. CBS4 News was the first to investigate the 2007 sale of Marco Rubio’s home in Miami.
Thousands Take Advantage Of Early Voting In Dade, BrowardHoping to avoid the long lines on election day, South Florida residents are taking advantage of the early voting period for the state's Presidential Preference Primary.
Broward Judge Throws Out "Natural-Born Citizen" Case Against Marco Rubio and Ted CruzA Broward judge has tossed out a case claiming that presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz were not natural-born U.S. citizens and therefore, not eligible to run.
Rick Scott Won't Endorse Presidential Candidate Before Florida PrimaryFlorida Gov. Rick Scott will not endorse a presidential candidate ahead of Florida’s March 15th primary.
Candidates Prepare To Fight For Florida On Super TuesdayQuickly turning their attention to Florida's delegate-rich primaries, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republicans Marco Rubio and Donald Trump are expected to appear Tuesday night in South Florida.
Florida Primary Registration Deadline Has ArrivedIf you’re hoping to cast a ballot in the 2016 Florida primary, Tuesday is the last day to register.
Medical Marijuana Makes It To Florida's Ballot AgainVoters will get another chance to decide whether to allow medical marijuana in Florida after backers of a proposed constitutional amendment finished submitting enough valid petition signatures to get on the November ballot.
Elections Chief Says Florida Ready For A Big YearThe state's top elections official has expressed confidence that Florida will be ready for the 2016 elections, starting with the March 15 presidential primary and going through the November general election.
'Freedom Kids' Take Internet By Storm With Donald Trump JamPresidential hopeful Donald Trump has turned to the "Freedom Kids" for a new jam.
Crist Says He Won't Run For Office In 2016After losing a bid to unseat Republican Gov. Rick Scott in November, Democrat Charlie Crist ended speculation Monday that he could run for the U.S. Senate in 2016.

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