After months of playing coy, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson for the first time on Tuesday publicly acknowledged he is keeping open the option of running for governor.
Fanning the flames of uncertainty about former Gov. Charlie Crist’s viability as a gubernatorial candidate, Democrats close to U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson are letting potential supporters know the three-term senator is waiting in the wings if Crist’s campaign stumbles.
Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist is expected to announce Monday that he wants his old job back.
While former Governor Charlie Crist continues to put the final preparations on a Monday announcement that will likely kick off his campaign to win his old job back; Governor Rick Scott hasn’t officially announced his re-election campaign.
The 2014 gubernatorial election is still more than a year away, but according to the latest Public Policy Polling numbers, Governor Rick Scott shouldn’t get too comfortable in the governor’s mansion.
Florida’s former chief financial officer Alex Sink said Friday she will not run for the governor’s seat in 2014.
You may not know it, but the state of Florida has been without a number two in the state government for the last five months.
Three years ago, when Rick Scott ran for governor, Floridians got a view of his substantial wealth.
The former hospital chain executive and multi-millionaire released three years of tax returns and a lengthy list of all his business holdings.
In some of its first paid ads of the 2014 campaign cycle, the Florida Democratic Party announced Thursday that it would take to social media and online news sites to whack away at Gov. Rick Scott, even though the party doesn’t have a well-known, well-funded candidate to face him.
Before the speculation can even get out of hand, Florida Senator Bill Nelson said Friday he will not launch a gubernatorial bid in 2014.