There’s a lot of Monday-morning quarterbacking going on right now about Charlie Crist’s comfortable defeat Tuesday of Democratic gubernatorial combatant Nan Rich.
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.
Voters in Miami-Dade County and Monroe County are heading to polls Monday for the start of early voting. The early voting is for this year’s August 26 statewide primary.
Nan Rich is frustrated. That much is clear. But the lifelong Democrat and former Senate minority leader isn’t backing down. Rich told a gathering of news executives and editors Friday that she will continue battling for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination and trying to draw distinctions with opponent Charlie Crist — despite many of the party’s fundraisers and leaders lining up behind the former Republican Crist.
Florida’s GOP-dominated House approved a proposed constitutional amendment Wednesday that could give the winner of November’s gubernatorial election the power to reshape the state Supreme Court.
In an election year nothing sells quite as well as tax cuts and with a tough gubernatorial election ahead this year, Governor Rick Scott released his 2015 budget that will target millions in tax cuts among other programs.
Former Florida Governor Charlies Crist announced Monday he will run for governor in 2014, challenging Republican Governor Rick Scott.
Former Governor Charlie Crist has been out of the political spotlight for a little while, but he’s about to jump back into the world of state politics in a big way Monday. Crist will formally announce his candidacy for governor in his hometown of St. Petersburg Monday morning.
Florida’s former chief financial officer Alex Sink said Friday she will not run for the governor’s seat in 2014.
Florida’s 2014 gubernatorial election is still more than a year away. The Democratic candidate is still a matter of speculation.
But two groups are already making plans to bring together the Republican and Democratic nominees in a statewide televised debate in mid-October 2014, a time when voters will be making up their minds and preparing to cast ballots.