Some familiar faces are leading the field of likely Republican nominees for president in 2016. In a recent McClatchy-Marist poll, 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney topped the pack with support from approximately 19 percent of Republican voters.
Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist spent Friday scrambling to persuade voters besieged by negative ads to head to the polls as the final full week of campaigning came to a close.
A trip to the county that gave Mitt Romney a 7-point edge over President Barack Obama two years ago might seem a strange stop for Democratic gubernatorial wannabe Charlie Crist less than a week before Election Day.
The competition is on to fill and open congressional seat for U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, who resigned in January after pleading guilty to cocaine possession.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is the latest potential 2016 Presidential candidate to make an appearance in the swing-state of Ohio.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan were courting some of Wall Street’s most powerful political donors Monday night.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has drawn the ire of some of his fellow Republicans when he described illegal immigration in an interview as an “act of love” by people trying to provide for their families.
Sen. Marco Rubio called for overhauling the nation’s higher education system Monday. Rubio said he wants to close an “opportunity gap” between Americans with and without advanced degrees.
Gov. Rick Scott announced who will manage his re-election campaign Friday and it requires shuffling around in the governor’s office and the Republican Party of Florida.
Charlie Crist, the former Florida governor who switched from the Republican Party to Democrat, is working on a book that strongly criticizes the GOP’s conservative policies.