Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made his way out of South Florida Thursday into what could best be described as an uncertain future of his campaign.
Florida Republicans and their supporters have opened up their wallets for this year’s elections. Between April 1st and August 9th, the Republican Party of Florida has collected nearly $9.1 million.
According to Romney, Obama has taken away a number of work requirements from the federal welfare regulations. Republicans believe that Obama’s executive measure on welfare funding to states makes it easier for non-working people get a free government check.
How dare Harry Reid, the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate, spew his latest unsubstantiated rumors against Mitt Romney?
One would think that Obama and his White House would want to keep the name Solyndra as far from the headlines as possible. Yet, President Obama is rubbing elbows with key players in the Solyndra stimulus disaster at a high-priced fundraiser where donors paid $35,800-per-person.
Florida Atlantic University finished off a busy year in the athletic department Monday when the school hired Patrick Chun as the school’s new athletic director.
Faced with the prospect of unlimited cash from outside parties tipping an election, President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney have pivoted to the fundraising trail in a big way.
Congressman Connie Mack has hit a major financial goal in his quest for the Florida Senate.
President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Miami Thursday serves as only part of the reason he’s coming to South Florida. The other part is to continue trying to raise as much money as possible for his re-election campaign.
A South Florida teacher wants to raise $70 million for her students, and she’s going door to door in the name of teaching technology.