If you don’t have to travel to downtown Miami Monday night then try to avoid it. With two major events taking place, traffic is expected to be a nightmare.
Hours before he makes his presidential intentions official at a major rally in Downtown Miami, Marco Rubio is already a trending topic on twitter.
A local political expert says Hillary Clinton’s decision to announce her candidacy for president in a YouTube video allowed her to reach a lot of voters at once.
If Marco Rubio launches his presidential campaign as expected Monday, the first-term Republican senator from Florida may have to answer this simple question. Why now?
With speculation over whether Florida Republican Marco Rubio will announce he is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, there is also speculation on who would replace him.
Political pundits will be going into overdrive this weekend as two potential presidential candidates ready to announce their plans, one of which may cause a fall out between two friends.
Senator Marco Rubio plans to announce his plans for the future on Monday, April 13th, at Miami’s Freedom Tower. If, as expected, his decision is to make a presidential run, he’ll have a political committee ready to raise and spend unlimited cash on his behalf.
At the Freedom Tower, addressing Miami Dade College small business graduates, Marco Rubio might have been talking about himself.
Though he won a second term in November, Gov. Rick Scott continues to be viewed unfavorably by large numbers of Florida voters.
Five months after narrowly rejecting a medical-marijuana ballot initiative, Florida voters overwhelmingly support allowing doctor-prescribed pot in the state, according to a poll released Monday.