As Governor Rick Scott was joined by Senator Marco Rubio Saturday on the Get Out The Vote Early bus tour, candidate Charlie Crist prepared for a big name to provide support Sunday.
Charlie Crist has berated Gov. Rick Scott for not accepting federal dollars to expand Medicaid; the state and federally funded program that provides medical care to the poor.
Florida’s race for governor is a razor-thin contest but an issue seldom mentioned on the campaign trail could play the spoiler.
A political flyer landing in South Florida mailboxes has some voters outraged. It doesn’t mention the names of any candidates, but does list names, addresses, and voting histories of people who live nearby.
Plans for a high speed rail line from Tampa to Orlando were stopped in their tracks in 2011 when Governor Rick Scott turned down $2.4 billion in federal funds.
Voters will have to decide whether they will pay more in taxes to help repair the Dade County Courthouse that has stood at 73 W. Flagler Street for nearly 90 years.
Election Day less than a week away, so CBS4 News has teamed up with PolitiFact Florida to fact-check the statements made by both major gubernatorial candidates.
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.
With Election Day just about a week away, CBS4 News is now part of an effort to fact-check Florida’s gubernatorial candidates who remain tied in the polls.
Governor Rick Scott and and the man who wants to unseat him, Charlie Crist, both have some high profile political backing this weekend in Florida.