Jeb Bush called himself a “head-banging conservative” back in 1994 when he ran for governor ofFlorida on a promise to “club this government into submission.”
Sen. Marco Rubio isn’t afraid of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Well, at least that is one way to interpret his comment on Wednesday, when he said he can win the next presidential election.
Illegal immigration has been a hot button issue and Marco Rubio hasn’t shied away from it. In his new book, the Republican senator said he is sympathetic to Americans who “feel as if we are being taken advantage of” by illegal immigrants.
Florida Governor Rick Scott is taking on his second term promising to stick to the same agenda as in his previous term.
Congresswoman-elect Gwen Graham likes to say that when she is sworn in Tuesday, she’ll be ready to “hit the ground running from day one.”
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul flipped the script on Republican rival Florida Sen. Marco Rubio calling him “an isolationist” as the GOP’s intra-party feud over President Barack Obama’s new Cuba policy intensified.
As the 2016 Republican presidential primary lurched ahead this week, no GOP prospect had a ride quite like Marco Rubio.
Major Florida leaders in various sectors are in Orlando for a very important summit that will discuss some of the biggest issues facing the state.
No ball. No parade. No champagne. Florida Gov. Rick Scott is scaling back the inaugural festivities after winning his second term.
The 2014 election wasn’t a good one for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.