New campaign finance reports, filed this week, show that millions flowed into the campaign accounts of Florida’s two main political parties during the first three months of 2014.
Standing in front of Miami-Dade elections headquarters, Ana Rivas Logan tore her voter registration card to pieces. “This is my old Republican registration card and it’s gone,” she said while laughing.
Amid criticism, Florida Governor Rick Scott said Saturday a state set of revisions to nationwide education standards will be unveiled next week.
The former chairman of the Republican Party of Florida is making charged accusations against his prior employer, claiming state party officials are intentionally trying to keep minority voters away from the polls.
Newt Gingrich came into the Florida Primary race with plenty of momentum after easily defeating Mitt Romney in South Carolina. But Gingrich has stumbled badly and it is projected by several news organizations that he will lose Florida’s primary.
The Republican Party of Florida is expecting massive turnout for Florida’s primary on January 31. The party also believes that as the Republican primary race tightens in South Carolina ahead of tomorrow’s primary, Florida’s primary becomes even more important.
It’s looking like Newt-mentum is exploding in the Sunshine State, according to the latest poll from Public Policy Polling.
With the 2012 primary season rapidly approaching, Florida will once again become the jewel of the early voting states as candidates vie to win the state.
GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has announced that he doesn’t plan to compete in several straw polls including ones in Iowa and Florida.