With the November General Election about two and a half weeks away, elections supervisors are encouraging all voters to to become familiar with their specific ballot and encourage them to vote early if they can.
With the issue over a fan taking center stage at the beginning of the gubernatorial debate on Wednesday night, both candidates finally took the podium and argued over issues affecting Florida.
After tens of millions of dollars worth of television commercials and the slinging of massive amounts of mud, could the Florida gubernatorial election come down to an electric fan?
While Wednesday’s Gubernatorial Debate featured Gov. Rick Scott and Charlie Crist, they aren’t the only ones vying for votes in next month’s election.
After the idea died during the 2014 legislative session, a state legislator from Miami has said he’ll try again to have the state’s minimum wage raised to $10.10 an hour.
As the audience waited for the gubernatorial debate to begin, former Florida Governor Charlie Crist walked on stage without his opponent Florida Governor Rick Scott.
A Broward County College student who says she went in to Wednesday night’s gubernatorial debate undecided says she is still undecided.
With a rather interesting start to the gubernatorial debate due to an issue with a fan, Florida Governor Rick Scott finally walked up on stage and joined former Governor Charlie Crist.
A day after a federal judge struck down Libertarian Party Candidate Adrian Wyllie’s request to be part of the gubernatorial debate, he asked supporters to join him in protest.
The podiums are up. The banners are hung. The lighting is set and the rehearsals are complete for Wednesday’s gubernatorial debate.