Despite protests from voting rights groups, Democrats, and several Supervisors of Elections; Florida’s voter roll purge isn’t slowing down. That’s left local elections departments with the tall task of trying to make sense of a list of “non-citizen” voters compiled by the state.
As the presidential campaign kicks into high gear over the summer, Florida is once again expected to be a key swing state that could decide who will occupy the White House. But troubling questions are coming up as the state seeks to purge voter rolls.
One day after a Quinnipiac University poll showed Mitt Romney leading in the Sunshine State; a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found President Barack Obama leading in Florida by five points, outside the margin of error.
The presidential election is a dead heat in the crucial swing state of Florida six months ahead of the general election in November.
If Florida Republican voters are concerned with electability against President Barack Obama; a new Quinnipiac University poll shows the choice in Tuesday’s election will be Mitt Romney.
When Florida Republicans cast their vote on January 31; it may be too late to make a difference in the eventual nomination. But, any candidate who chooses to overlook the Sunshine State will do so at their own peril.
As Florida voters begin to focus on the state’s pivotal GOP presidential primary at the end of January, the leading contenders are former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia, according to a poll by TelOpinion Research.
As the Republican Presidential candidates head into the home stretch before the January primary season starts in Iowa and closes at the end of the month in Florida; the race is tighter than ever based on a new CBS News poll.
Voters in Florida may see a preview in Mississippi of an abortion fight that could be coming to the Sunshine State next year.
Half of all Florida voters surveyed in the latest Quinnipiac University poll say they disapprove of Gov. Rick Scott’s job performance.