With Florida’s political world gearing up for a costly, divisive campaign, Democrat Charlie Crist continues to hold a comfortable lead over Republican incumbent Rick Scott in the battle for the governor’s office, a poll released Thursday shows.
Florida politicians gathered Wednesday to attend the 20th annual legislative planning session, hosted by The Associated Press. Democratic gubernational hopeful Charlie Crist had nothing good to say about Governor Rick Scott while Senator Nan Rich, another Democrat, didn’t have anything complimentary to say about either.
New monthly fundraising reports show that some legislative and statewide candidates have raised tens of thousands of dollars during October.
Hoping to throw a little political muscle behind the incumbent, former Governor Jeb Bush announced Tuesday that he was endorsing Rick Scott in the 2014 Florida gubernatorial race.
Florida Democrats called Gov. Rick Scott an embarrassment, an extremist and someone who has brought “darkness and despair” during a state party conference dinner in Lake Buena Vista.
We’ll know soon if Charlie Crist is going to throw is hat in the reing for next year’s governor’s race.
There’s good news and bad news for Gov. Rick Scott in the latest round of poll numbers from Quinnipiac University. The good news is approval rating is up.
Denied time to address the party faithful at the Florida Democrats annual fundraising dinner in Hollywood on Saturday has worked in former state Senator Nan Rich’s favor.
Miami’s former mayor may be pursuing another shot at politics, but this time, at a much higher level.
After months of speculation, former Florida Gov. Charlie Christ ended it all Friday night by tweeting, “Proud and honored to join the Democratic Party in the home of President @BarackObama!”