Census: 13 Florida Counties Must Offer Ballots In SpanishA shift in demographics is forcing a change at the polls in more than a dozen counties in Florida.
Thousands Of Ballots Ship Out, Head To Broward VotersBallots by the tens of thousands are shipping out of the Broward Supervisor of Elections Office heading to voters who asked to vote by mail.
State Gives More Online Help To VotersThe Department of State has launched a new online feature intended to help voters prepare for the 2016 elections, which begin with the March 15 presidential primaries.
State Senator Proposed Online Voter RegistrationA South Florida senator has proposed creating an online voter-registration system in time for the 2016 elections.
Republican Turnout, Wave Overwhelmed CristThe Democratic plan meant to get Republican Gov. Rick Scott's gubernatorial seat for the next four years failed on Tuesday evening.
Gov. Scott Re-Elected For Four More Years Florida Governor Rick Scott will remain in office for four more years after winning the gubernatorial race.
Voters Give Approval To FIU ExpansionVoters gave the go ahead to the expansion of Florida International University onto the Miami-Dade County Youth Fairgrounds.
Bondi Re-elected As Florida's Attorney GeneralRepublican Pam Bondi was re-elected as Florida's attorney general on Tuesday.
Crist Implores Supporters To Get Out And VoteAfter months of campaigning and millions of dollars spent on television and radio ads, former Florida Governor Charlie Crist gave it one last shot before the polls close at 7 p.m.
Tight Governor's Race Could Trigger A RecountFlorida’s gubernatorial race is in a virtual deadlock and some experts say it’s possible the race could go to a recount if it ends in a stalemate.
Election Day Running Smooth Across The StateFlorida elections officials say everything is running smoothly for Election Day.
Dade School Board's Curbelo Looks To Unseat Rep. GarciaOne of the more hotly contested races in this year's General Election is between Democrat freshman U.S. Rep. Joe Garica and the man who wants his job, Republican Carlos Curbelo, a member of the Miami-Dade School.