The state’s current governor and the man who wants his job will both be stumping in South Florida on Wednesday.
With only 60 days left before elections, both of the candidates for governor were in South Florida Thursday.
With just about two months to go until the general election, the bitter and expensive race to be Florida’s next governor is kicking into gear.
Now that the dust from the August Primary has settled, key members of the state’s Democratic party are beginning to rally the proverbial troops in a run up to the November election.
Poll workers spent most of Monday getting ready for Tuesday’s primary election.
After months of campaigning and millions of dollars spent on advertisements and mailers, candidates across Florida will find out Tuesday what their political futures hold.
Most Florida voters assume it will be a head to head match up of Rick Scott and Charlie Crist for the Governor’s job this November. But before former governor Crist takes on current Governor Scott, he has to get past former Sen. Nan Rich in the August primary
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist has topped the $5 million mark for campaign contributions. From August 2nd through August 8th, his campaign collected $128,346 in contributions bringing their overall total to $5,011,990.
Jeb Bush is lending his political star power to embattled Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who is locked in a tight race for re-election in the nation’s largest swing-voting state.
The governor’s race is heating up. Eliott Rodriguez sits down with Florida’s lieutenant governor, Carlos Lopez-Cantera, for his take on the governor’s race.