Rubio Has One Less Competitor In Senate RaceThe field is narrowing for Marco Rubio as he seeks to retain his Senate seat.
Contenders Bail After Rubio Announces Re-Election RunSenator Marco Rubio's decision to run for re-election has caused those campaigning to replace him to rethink their options.
Sen. Marco Rubio To Run For Re-ElectionSenator Marco Rubio appears to have had a change of heart when it comes to his political career.
Q-Poll: Rubio In Driver's Seat For Senate RaceSenator Marco Rubio is now in the driver's seat after announcing that he will run for a second term.
Grayson Ready For Senate Run, Rubio Still ThinkingDemocrats will have a U.S. Senate primary involving two sitting congressmen, as expected, but a waiting game continues on the Republican side.
Dozens Of Candidates Qualify On First Day, Rubio Remains SilentDozens of candidates formally stepped into races for state offices across Florida on Monday, but U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio remained silent.
Lopez-Cantera Will End Senate Bid If Rubio RunsLt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera advised supporters Wednesday that he will end his campaign for the U.S. Senate if longtime friend Marco Rubio decides to seek re-election.
Marco Rubio Suggests He Just May Run For Senate After AllFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio confirmed Wednesday that he may reconsider his plans to leave the Senate at the end of this year and run for re-election instead.
McConnell Wants Rubio To Run For Senate AgainU.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is urging Sen. Marco Rubio to seek another term as Republicans try to maintain control of the Senate.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Wants Marco Rubio To Run Again For SenateU.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday he is urging Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to seek another term as Republicans try to maintain control of the Senate.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Senator Marco RubioThis Week, Jim DeFede welcomes Senator Marco Rubio to discuss reports that he is being encouraged to re-run for re-election.
Rubio Re-Election Talk Grows (And He Seems Okay With It) Marco Rubio professed he enjoys being in the Senate “very much” and opened the door to running for re-election if his “very close friend” Carlos Lopez-Cantera dropped out of the race.