The 2014 election wasn’t a good one for Florida’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
To win the gubernatorial race, former Governor Charlie Crist needed Florida’s black and Latino voters.
Former U.S. Representative Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista Gingrich are making a stop in Fort Lauderdale this weekend.
Former Representative Allen West said he is leaving Florida to take over a Texas think tank.
The Democratic plan meant to get Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s gubernatorial seat for the next four years failed on Tuesday evening.
By a margin of approximately 71,000 votes, Governor Rick Scott defeated challenger Charlie Crist to win re-election. Scott received 48.3 percent to Crist’s 47 percent.
After a hotly contested race, Charlie Crist conceded defeat to Governor Rick Scott in a brief speech to supporters in a nearly empty ballroom in a St. Petersburg resort shortly before midnight.
Despite a dismal night for their party, Democratic newcomers Joe Geller and John Cortes defeated Republican opponents Tuesday to win seats in the Florida House.
The state’s hotly contested governor’s race was not the only issue that had South Florida voters going to the polls.
Florida Governor Rick Scott will remain in office for four more years after winning the gubernatorial race.