In some ways, the state of Florida has remained remarkably stable over the past year.
The 2014 election wasn’t a good one for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam all easily defeated their Democratic opponents Tuesday, positioning them for possible runs for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in 2018.
Republican Pam Bondi was re-elected as Florida’s attorney general on Tuesday.
Florida’s two main attorneys general candidates seem to have very little in common whether it’s on the positions on same-sex marriage ban to regulating utilities to their style.
Jim sits down for an extended one-on-one interview with George Sheldon. Mr. Sheldon is the democratic candidate for Florida Attorney General. The two discuss the upcoming race and Mr. Sheldon’s efforts to unseat republican incumbent Pam Bondi.
As he debated Democratic challenger Charlie Crist this week, Gov. Rick Scott more or less blamed Attorney General Pam Bondi when confronted about delaying an execution that conflicted with a Bondi fundraiser.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott repeatedly tells voters that abused and neglected children are safer under his leadership than when his Democratic opponent Charlie Crist was governor, but an Associated Press examination of that claim shows that campaign claim may be an exaggeration.
Commercials keep calling Gov. Rick Scott too shady for the sunshine state. The governor is now being sued by two men who say Scott is continuing to hide his finances behind a veil, which by law he must disclose.
Attorney General Pam Bondi defended Gov. Rick Scott’s integrity and the state’s ongoing fight against same-sex marriage in a brisk and mostly civil debate Monday with her general-election challengers, Democrat George Sheldon and Libertarian Bill Wohlsifer.