Florida Politics

Clinton Has Her Eye On Hispanic VotersHillary Rodham Clinton's campaign has their eye on the Hispanic vote, ahead of the early primary elections in Florida.
Cuba: No Normalization Without Lifting Of Embargo President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro met Tuesday face to face to talk about relations between the two nations.
House Map-Drawers Defend Congressional DistrictsLegislative aides who drew a map of congressional districts backed by the state House defended the plan in court Thursday, even as they conceded that other alternatives might also be good maps or have positive qualities.
Would-Be Lobbyist Arrested For Dade Campaign FraudA man who identified himself as a lobbyist and political consultant in Miami-Dade County is under arrest.
Rubio Gets Presidential Endorsement From Georgia CongressmanRepublican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio got the endorsement from a Georgia congressman as the Florida senator arrived to campaign in the state.
Trial To Be Held On New Florida Congressional DistrictsA judge is set to take up the new Florida congressional districts at a trial.
Utilities, State Seek To Keep Solar Amendment Off BallotFlorida power companies and the state attorney general want a constitutional amendment on solar energy off of next year's ballot.
4 GOP Senate Candidates Address Republican MeetingFour GOP candidates, competing for Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's seat, will appear together for the first time and speak to hundreds of Republicans.
State, Seminoles Headed Into Mediation Over BlackjackThe Seminole Tribe and Florida officials are headed to mediation to resolve a possible standoff over the future of black jack at most of the tribe's Florida Casinos.
Poll: Gov. Scott Approval Rating ClimbsFlorida Governor Rick Scott's approval rating among Florida voters has gone up substantially from earlier this summer.
Florida House Approves New Map For Congressional Districts The Florida House, controlled by Republicans, approved a new map of congressional districts in the state.
Southern Strategy Hits $1M In Second QuarterLobbying firm Southern Strategy Group reported collecting at least $1 million from April 1st to June 30th, according to state website.