Florida Democratic Party
Florida’s political parties are getting millions of dollars from various corporations that have a stake in this year’s legislative session.
It’s been four months since Gov. Rick Scott cruised back into office, but to some it might appear that the campaign isn’t over yet.
Now that election season is over, Florida’s two main political parties are seeing a lot less money coming in.
Governor Rick Scott touted Friday that he has achieved a promise from his 2010 campaign as Florida has added more than 700,000 jobs since he took office.
There are four statewide offices on November’s ballot, and the Florida Democratic Party is essentially conceding two of them.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is set to speak at a Hollywood event Saturday night.
Florida’s record $77.1 billion, election-year budget went to the governor Tuesday along with 21 other bills, including a proposal to increase highway speeds that is expected to be vetoed.
The former chairman of the Florida Democratic Party Charlie Whitehead died overnight.
Denied time to address the party faithful at the Florida Democrats annual fundraising dinner in Hollywood on Saturday has worked in former state Senator Nan Rich’s favor.
Florida Democrats will make their case for the 2014 elections without any candidates to rally around.